This story basically follows the most important happenings in Prophet Josephs life, from the view of muslims. The most important happenings are: 1. his travel to egypt 2. his rise and ... See full summary »
Jess has just been saved at the last minute from a grisly death. Now, in a town full of people that hate him and with dangerous forces descending to finish the job, Jess has to figure out who saved him - and why.
After a tumultuous affair between international photojournalist Lee (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and troubled writer John (Martin Henderson) ends in John's disappearance, Lee lands in a mental ... See full summary »
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Mina Bozorgmehr and Farhood Zandi are two young lawyers who start working at them same time. They share an apartment, but Mina thinks that Farhood is a author and Farhood thinks that Mina is a photographer.
OK, firstly I would like to say that I believe this is faked and staged; ask yourself, would you go on a show, reveal your deepest secrets, ruin your family all for supposedly having a chance to win a sum of money which, let's face it, the middle class people they have on the show don't necessarily need in order to resort to desperate measures. No.
Why I know it is staged is because the contestants are asked and answer the questions before the show...ergo they know exactly what to answer in order to win the money! Furthermore, if they lie, it will be revealed that they are lying so their loved ones will still find out the truth!! The questions are staged, the answers are staged and the winners are staged. If the loved ones will find out the truth whether you tell the truth or lie, you won't lie and so win the money; everybody would be a winner! The other part of the show that grates my cheese is the audience and 'suspense'. Long, emphasized, unnecessary pauses while the contestants contemplate answers to questions they have already heard and answered combined with fake gasps and jeers from the idiotic studio audience all makes for a very annoying, irritating TV show! Don't waste your time with this 'reality' show!
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