While visiting his hometown during Christmas, a man comes face-to-face with his old high school crush whom he was best friends with – a woman whose rejection of him turned him into a ferocious womanizer.
On the 10th anniversary of his dad’s death, Joris still tries to come to terms with his father’s absence when he meets the free-spirited Yad, who returns back home to his family after living on his own. Although very different, there is an instant spark between the two and they want to be more than “just friends”, but both have issues with their mothers that threaten to jeopardise their relationship.
Just Friends - A classic Australian children's telemovie about growing up, peer pressure, friendship and family. When Susan Foster moves to a new suburb she has difficulty fitting in. Susan's home life is uncomfortable with an unemployed father, a distant mother and an unexpectedly pregnant big sister. Susan seeks refuge at the local Roller Skate rink where she meets Buzz, the brash young gang leader and the best skater in town. Susan becomes part of Buzz's gang but is soon confronted with his selfish behaviour and cruel treatment of his friends. Susan must decide which is more important to her - fitting in or being fair. Just Friends is part of the Winners series of television programs created by the Australian Children's Television Foundation.
Jack has a tenor saxophone and he plays jazz. In the 1950s, in the Belgian harbor town Antwerp, there is not a lot off future for a jazz musician. Jack and his band try to earn a living by playing at weddings and the odd tea party, usually resulting in mixed emotions and hilarious scenes. Most of the time, he earns a living by unloading bananas in the Antwerp docks. Jack is convinced that New York is the place to be for a jazz musician, but where will he get the money for the big trip? And what is more important: a woman or a saxophone?
Expecting a cozy night outside of the barracks, Seok visits his boyfriend Min-soo who is serving in the military. However, they run into Min-soo's mother there. When his mother questions their relationship, the only answer they can give is that they are 'just friends'. Unexpectedly, they spend the night with Min-soo's mother.
Unemployed Jae-wook is dumped by his girlfriend without notice. He was a burden for Sae-mi who was at the age of having to think about marriage and her future and he wasn't disqualified for it. Jae-wook is shocked and wanders around still jobless in the house of Joon-ho who is currently dating Hye-jeong who is 4 years older. Jae-wook meets Eun-ji at a indie band performance and his life changes as strange feelings begin to develop between them.
The two friends Claude and Serge are fundamentally different in their temperament. Similarities arise only when they try to have a relationship with a woman, because both fail equally. While Claude is simply too shy to even start a relationship, let alone meet a woman, Serge is too jumpy to have a relationship. Together they go in search of the great love in all sorts of curious situations, from the self-help group on speed dating to wedding celebrations of strangers - in the hunt for the right woman, they are no way too far.
Stockard Channing in Just Friends is a 1979 American television sitcom starring Stockard Channing, who was already known for her appearances in Grease and other films. Gerrit Graham, Mimi Kennedy, Lou Crisculo and Sydney Goldsmith co-starred with her on the series. The show premiered on CBS on March 4, 1979 and ended on June 24, 1979. A year later, Channing starred in her self-titled The Stockard Channing Show.