Somers Town follows two teenage boys Tomo and Marek, adrift in an adult world, who develop a mutual trust and acceptance through an unlikely friendship. Tomo runs away to London from a lonely, difficult life in the Midlands. Through a chance encounter he meets Marek, a Polish immigrant living with his father in Somers Town, central London. Unknown to his father, Marek begins hiding Tomo in his flat and the two boys go on little adventures, stealing clothes from a laundry mat and earning money from an eccentric neighbour, Graham while sharing a growing obsession for Maria, the French waitress at their local café.
Sixteen-year-old Poppy is a self-obsessed, incorrigible brat who lives a pampered life in her L.A. world. Though she’s handed credit cards with unlimited balances and surrounded by countless hangers on, Poppy can’t escape the mounting frustration she feels with her family situation. And she makes sure that everyone knows it. After an over-the-top prank pushes her father one step too far, Poppy is shipped off to an English boarding school. Finding herself in a foreign world of early curfews, stern matrons and mandatory lacrosse, the American princess has finally met her match: a school of British girls who won’t tolerate her spoiled ways. Under the watchful eye of the school’s headmistress and surrounded by a new circle of friends, Poppy begrudgingly realizes her bad-girl behavior will only get her so far. But just because she must grow into a fine young lady doesn’t mean this Wild Child won’t be spending every waking hour shaking up a very proper system.
The rest of the house building sector might be in bigger trouble than the man who went for sneaky fag in the Hindenburg, but hey...
Someone has got to be making some money somewhere. After all bricks and mortar is a British obsession.
We face devastating issues in our country today. But the mainstream media remains obsessed with trivialities.
I recently was a guest on Hardball, where I was mercilessly mocked, attacked, and humiliated on national television. Matthews denigrated my good name, my faith, and my love of country.
Folks, we cannot continue playing politics as usual; the same old gotcha game, the same old gotcha politics. For all the issues facing our country today, the mainstream media would prefer to look away.
Well, I won't look away. Please write or call MSNBC and let them know you're fed up with the same old Washington game.
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Without the fans it's a short shelf-life for a celebrity. They buy the movie tickets, they watch the television shows, they buy the albums but they also eliminate the stars' privacy.
Featuring the fans some call crazy and the stars who deal with them on a daily basis. 'Fan-Tasia' looks at the world of celebrity worship as we shine the spotlight on the media and its obsession with celebrity news and gossip.
Lady with obsessive golfing dissorder ditches wedding for a round of golf!
Forget Sarah Palin, this is the real hockey mom. An obsessed mother tries to get her kids to school on time.
A sports obsessed mother bores her 9 year old son to sleep telling him stories about he favorite hockey series in this comic video from rantingparent****
A sports obsessed mother tries to explain the birds and bees to her 9 year old son by using hockey as a metaphor in this comic short from rantingparent****
Love. Betrayal. Sex. Gossip. Deception . . . and that’s just before third period.
Every young girl grows up wanting to be Prom Queen. And for the students of Edward Adams High, it’s not only a tradition but an ideology—and for some, an obsession. Little do they know that there lurks a secret that threatens to unravel the institution forever.
Some comic book fans are obsessive about their comic book organization. Josh is not.
Can two self-obsessed teenagers live under the same roof? Find out in the complete first season of the hit series “Life with Derek”.
Can two self-obsessed teenagers live under the same roof? Find out in the complete first season of the hit Disney Channel series “Life with Derek”.
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More than meets a teenager's eyes: "Let's Do Lunch" is a short film of the black comedy genre about obsession, over active teenage emotions and the nasty side of any human personality. It's a project I wrote and produced over ten years ago, when I was 15! What a laugh!
A short film of the black comedy genre about obsession, over active teenage emotions and the nasty side of any human personality. It's a project I wrote and produced over ten years ago, when I was 15! What a laugh!
Vaughn Allen Clark comments on the church's obsession with money.
Vaughn Clark is a regular speaker at Life Center of Brandon.