This film is a series of letters, photos and video cassettes which women often send in to certain newspapers. By visualizing their story-telling (the name given by the psychologists to their fantasies) the film portrays the confessions, the secret longings, the adventures, recollections, dreams, desires and fantasies of these women. It is an open secret that most women dream of forbidden affairs, secret lovers and hasty encounters but when it comes down to it they lack the courage to pursue their dreams.
Segment 1 - Coccinella (Laydbird): An impotent husband and her wife, Livio ask a painter, Ilarioto give some sperm to get her pregnant. But the donor has some trouble providing a specimen whilst the eager lady thinks up elaborate ways to get him going. But none of them works and she takes the matter in her own hands. *** Segment 2 - Fine settimana a Lecco (What a Weekend!): Stefy invites her lesbian friend, Serena to her country house in Lecco to spend a weekend together. They watch an erotic movie, play sex games and Stefy invites the gardener to have sex with Serena while she watches. *** Segment 3 - Stringimi Forte i Polsi (Hold My Wrists Tight): While chiropractor Dr. Murolo helps a nun to have orgasm with the help of a machine and his own body, his naughty receptionist seduces and has sex with the female copier technician.
Quattro is the story of two men who go to the red light district in search of something different. Enzo winds up with an alluring transsexual street walker [Wesly DaVinci]. Peppe picks up Nicole, a very sexy uninhibited hooker at a bar and they get a hotel room. Brand new experiences ensue as four people enjoy one night of wild passion and experimentation.
Brass Eye is a UK television series of satirical news magazines. A series of six episodes aired on Channel 4 in 1997, and a further episode in 2001. The series was created by Chris Morris, and written by Morris, David Quantick, Peter Baynham, Jane Bussmann, Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan. The series was directed by Michael Cumming. It was a sequel to Morris's earlier spoof news programmes On the Hour and The Day Today. It satirised media portrayal of social ills, in particular sensationalism and creation of moral panics. The series starred Morris's The Day Today colleague Doon MacKichan and Gina McKee, Mark Heap, Simon Pegg, Julia Davis and Kevin Eldon.
Brass is a British comedy-drama series made by Granada Television for ITV and eventually Channel 4. Set mostly in Utterley, a fictional Lancashire mining town in the 1930s, Brass was a comedy satirising the working-class period dramas of the 1970s and the American supersoaps such as Dallas and Dynasty. Unusually for ITV comedies of the time, there was no laughter track and the humour deliberately kept extremely dry, using convoluted wordplay and subtle commentary on popular culture. Brass is northern English slang for "money" as well as for "effrontery". The series also gleefully parodied the 1977 Granada TV dramatisation of Dickens' Hard Times, which also starred Timothy West. The series, created by John Stevenson and Julian Roach, was set around two feuding families—the wealthy Hardacres and the poor, working-class Fairchilds, who lived in a small terraced house rented from the Hardacre empire. The Hardacre family was headed by the ruthless self-made businessman Bradley, who espoused Thatcherite rhetoric while coming up with various harebrained schemes to make his businesses more efficient so he could sack workers, and his alcoholic aristocratic wife Lady Patience. The head of the Fairchilds was the stern "Red" Agnes, who spread militant socialist rhetoric around the Hardacre mine, mill and munitions factory, and her doltish, forelock-tugging husband George, who is dominated by his wife and his boss. In a twist, Agnes was also Bradley Hardacre's mistress.
The story of a no-holds-barred, go-getting property dealer played by celebrated comedian Mel Smith, who has the view that everyone has a price though the price may not always be money.
BrassTacks is a Pakistani weekly Defense & Strategic political show, hosted by a defense and security analyst Zaid Zaman Hamid telecast by News One. It is aired on Sundays at 8 p.m.
Brass Monkeys is an Australian sitcom that screened in 1984 on the Seven Network. The series was produced by Gary Reilly and Tony Sattler, who are known for comedy series Kingswood Country and Hey Dad!. The title comes from the colloquial expression "cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey", in reference to the cold climate of the Antarctic. Brass Monkeys is the story of a pretty female doctor who joins a group of men confined to the lonely isolation of an Australian Antarctic expedition station.
Inside look into Québec’s brewing industry.