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A combination of 2 of our favourite passions food and football, Dine with Delta is the story of American chef Linton Hopkins creating a brand new menu for Chelsea Football Club. Output — Longform Special, Content, Social. Created and produced for Disney Channel this 8 part narrative comedy series brought the world of Star Wars into an everyday suburban home. Working with Lucasfilm to ensure authenticity, the series has been broadcast in markets across the world for Disney Channel and has been translated into multiple languages.
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Running over the Aussie summer the campaign was the first time we got to work with Usman, who is a deadset legend, smashing sixes on cue. Well in this series of short films the scripts were based off real life situations, so yes it did happen. Made for LinkedIn Australia these comedic films explore what not to do in your job interview…unless you want to end up as comic fodder on the internet for the rest of us to chuckle at. Content 4 Scripted Content Films.
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From the deserts of Dubai to the snowy landscapes of Nova Scotia Canada, this documentary allowed us into the world of professional surfer Sally Fitzgibbons. Award winning content that delivers views and brand results. Creative content that has concrete results and gets exposure in the millions. For example one film for Red Bull has over 2. He betrays his partner, and his heart is cut out of his chest in retaliation. No sex acts or private parts are seen but misunderstandings and outright lies lead to many conversations filled with sexual innuendo.
There is discussion about diaphragms, snot, and farts. A boy laments that his mother died in childbirth. Expect to hear "s--t," "bitch," "boobs," "a--hole," and "tart. They are saved when V Melanie Griffith , a prostitute partying with an older gentleman in his limo, saves the boys. The client, not wanting to get involved, dumps her without paying, and she's terrified her pimp will knock her around for showing up with no money. Thus begins a beautiful friendship between Frank and V. The boys give their money to V for a peek but Frank is too gentlemanly to look.
She borrows her pimp's car and drives them home, where she falls for suburban privilege and Frank's sweet, nature-loving dad Ed Harris.
Yes, suburbia is idealized, and, yes, Melanie Griffith plays V, the hooker with a heart of gold. But she conveys the longing for connection to community and family as well as an appreciation for holding on to what's important, whether it's a last patch of wetlands or a man and his year-old son who share a spirit of generosity. Parents may waver about whether this story will be appropriate for kids as it will almost certainly spark frank discussions about a sexual marketplace that, it can be argued, relies in some sense on trapping desperate women into a form of servitude.
Families can talk about how the movie partly idealizes and partly condemns life in the suburbs.
What does the movie tell us about V that would lead viewers to believe she might appreciate the family-oriented suburbs? What messages does the movie send about women who accept money for sex vs. Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners. See how we rate.
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Learn how we rate. For Your Family Log in Sign me up. Is it OK for kids to read books outside their reading levels? Column 4 Our impact report: How Tech Is Changing Childhood. Want personalized picks that fit your family? At school, Frank flunks a biology test about sex education and must give his class an oral presentation.
He decides to use V as a mannequin and through a ruse distracts his teacher long enough to draw a relatively accurate female reproductive system on her skin-colored bodysuit. Tom and V go out on a date and both realize they are gaining feelings for each other.
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While walking through town on their date Tom and V run into Kevin's family. V recognizes Kevin's father, who is a client, but he says she has him mixed up with someone else. He then admits to remembering her and says she was a dance teacher. Tom is impressed with how busy V is being a tutor and dance teacher, V then realizes that Frank lied about Tom knowing she is a hooker. V explains herself to Tom, and their relationship grows.
She reveals that her real name is Eve. Kevin's father learns the truth about her as well, and in an attempt to purchase her services, unwittingly calls her home phone number. Waltzer learns from Betty about the trip to Middleton, thus finding out where V is hiding. V is terrified that Waltzer will find her so she decides to leave town but attends a school dance to say goodbye to Frank. Waltzer shows up to spoil their fun. A chase ensues, with him finally being eliminated.
Anxious about her status and afraid to return to her old job, V goes to Waltzer's boss and relates how he has been cheating him. She asks to be "forgotten" by them. The older crime boss succumbs to her charms and he tells her he'll take care of things, that she doesn't need to be afraid anymore and allows her to walk away from prostitution for good.