Sebastian Klein, known to most as the illegitimate son of the prestigious Klein family, has been plagued by rumors suggesting he's nothing more than a loser who recently emerged from a stint in prison. Society, guided by these harsh tales, deemed him an undesirable match for any sensible young woman. That was until Natalie Quinn defied expectations by marrying him. Little did she realize the astonishing truth concealed beneath the surface: she had, unknowingly, wed a covert billionaire.
Cora, once a billionaire heiress, is now bankrupt. As she struggles to support her ill mother, a cold-hearted billionaire falls for her, giving Cora a chance at reclaiming her life. They find true love, proving it transcends wealth.
DHL Founder and billionaire Larry Hillblom seemed to have vanished into thin air when he failed to return from a routine flight in his vintage Seabee over the Pacific. After his disappearance, a dark side of Larry emerged. Even before he was officially declared dead, bar girls throughout Southeast Asia came forward claiming to have had children by Larry and seeking a piece of his vast fortune. BILLIONAIRE unravels the secretive and scandalous life of this enigmatic and reclusive tycoon. The battle over his estate took on epic proportions, pitting impoverished, teenage prostitutes against Larry's former business associates and several of the largest law firms in the world. In the end it is a David and Goliath story, as a surprising hero emerges to untangle the web and discover the startling truth.
Alice and Noel have a happy married life. Alice is a very successful woman and a dutiful wife to his kind and intelligent husband, Noel. But she is also a wild partner in bed to Dennis, her kept man. There is nothing wrong with her marriage, but Alice just feels the need to keep both her husband and lover. Everything is going well until one day, Alice finds out that she’s pregnant. Not knowing who the father is, she comes clean to Noel and Dennis, and this decision completely changes her life. Noel decides to break it up with Alice, and Dennis vows to take care of her and her baby.
Shiori’s husband decides not to attend a workshop they were supposed to join together. Shiori asks Junnosuke, a fill-in introduced by Shiori’s colleague, to join the workshop as her acting husband. Satisfied with Junnosuke, Shiori secretly rents an apartment and begins a pseudo-marital life with him.
Tama is a graduate student. She lives with her boyfriend Takuya. She becomes influenced by lectures about French writer Sophie Calle and begins to follow her neighbor Ishizaka. Tama soon discovers that her neighbor Ishizaka is having an affair. She becomes excited about discovering his secret. Her relationship with her boyfriend Takuya and her professor Shinohara changes.
Aleksandr Kulakov, aka Shark, and Victor Drozd are two experienced police officers, heroes of the Major Crime Unit. They are role models for the rookies. But in reality, they lead a double life. When not at work, they go racketeering on command of a businessman Shultz who has a dark criminal past. But the time is coming for Drozd to give up the crimes. Shark tries to talk him out of it, but his partner remains firm in his decision. A couple of hours later, Drozd is killed. Shark is the most obvious suspect. Shultz bails him out of trouble only to frame him later. He uses Shark to smuggle a drug batch into the city and then kills two guards with his service gun. Shark has to investigate his friend’s murder and revenge Shultz — all while hiding from his former colleagues.
Véronique is a beautiful young French woman who aspires to be a renowned singer; Weronika lives in Poland, has a similar career goal and looks identical to Véronique, though the two are not related. The film follows both women as they contend with the ups and downs of their individual lives, with Véronique embarking on an unusual romance with Alexandre Fabbri, a puppeteer who may be able to help her with her existential issues.
The grim news made international headlines: On August 21, 1971, prison authorities discovered a gun on famed Soledad Brother author, activist and San Quentin inmate George Jackson. A shootout ensued, killing Jackson, two other inmates and three guards, and wounding three more officers. Authorities asserted that only lawyer Stephen Bingham could have smuggled the weapon into the prison. Fearing that a conviction for abetting the guards’ deaths would lead to his own murder, the attorney fled, beginning a long, strange odyssey of pseudonymous exile. Strange indeed for the Yale-graduate scion of politically prominent New England elites.