Dado likes the beautiful Francesca who likes Andrea, a girl that lives with her.
Andrea bids farewell to her childhood and, as facing the possibility of a change in her life, she decides to play on a last ride.
A young girl named Andrea unleashes a spirit after removing a cross on a sacred holy ground cemetery. The spirit starts terrorizing Andrea and her family. Andrea's family, witch doctors, and spiritual healers battle the spirit in attempts to return to a normal life.
Paolo and Maria are two elementary teachers, who love each other, but can not have a child.
After Andrea suddenly shows up at his compound, Michael struggles to figure out what's real as he remembers his past with her.
Live from ROH 1985. Giordano's Andrea Chenier is one of the greatest of verismo operas, full of heart-stopping big tunes and powerful emotional situations. If it is not as well-known as it should be, it is because in summary it sounds a little too like Puccini's Tosca: there is a tussle between political opponents over a woman, an attempt to save a condemned man, a tenor aria about writing poetry on the eve of execution. The difference is that Gerard (Giorgio Zancanaro) is not a villain like Scarpia, he is an idealist whom the French Revolution has betrayed as much as it has his rival the poet Chenier (Placido Domingo). His temptation to abuse his power to seduce the virtuous Maddalena (Anna Tomowa-Sintow) is a momentary one, though its consequences are terrible. There is a streak of post-Wagnerian decadence in much of this--Maddalena is at least as much in love with death as she is with Chenier, and the final love duet has a deeply sinister aspect. -- From Amazon.co.uk
Released in 1999, the album, featuring music composed in traditional Christian styles, is not only Bocelli's most commercially successful classical album to date with over 5 million copies sold, but also the biggest selling classical album by a solo artist in history.
Tenor Andrea Bocelli pays tribute to songs from movies with accompaniment by David Foster.
If all pictures became current, in that they pass by and in doing so, are connectable with one other, whether elegantly or obscenely, through translation or associationhow would it be possible to fasten down a picture? Hito Steyerls light-hearted picture translations are about fastening things in an elegant-obscene way: In Tokyo she is looking for a photo series that she posed for in 1987 as a rope bondage model. While making inquiries with experts and authorities in the bondage arts (which are mainly marketed online nowadays), she found what she was looking for in a magazine archive. The cinematic tension is extremely high just now says the translator while Steyerl looks through photos of herself from her days as a film student.
France, 1792. Chenier is an idealistic poet, in love with the aristocratic Maddalena. While Chenier supports such notions as "liberte, fraternite egalite," his sympathies do not extend to the current Reign of Terror. Likewise, the Revolutionary Tribunal has no need for poets or their girlfriends, especially those judged to be an Enemy of the State. Heads will roll.
Underwater documentary exploring the shipwreck of SS Andrea Doria, an Italian ocean liner which sunk in 1956.
Patricia and her partner Andrea have an argument over their life together, leaving their relationship in limbo. When Patricia leaves for a work trip, Andrea makes a decision to which might change their lives forever.
For the first time, Andrea Bocelli presents a full length spanish album that features no classical influences. Spanish guitars flourish, accordions and harmonicas provide charming melodies, traditional Latin percussion insistently keeps the tempo. Sometimes Andrea shares the spotlight with just a grand piano. Beautiful orchestras remain, but for 'Amor' Andrea stylistically exchanges the grandeur of a 19th century European opera house for the romance of a 20th century Hollywood sound studio. Amor features Latin American classics including: 'Besame Mucho' (the song was a million selling US hit for Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra in 1941). Universal. 2006.
A profile of the author of the highly successful INSPECTOR MONTALBANO series, originally broadcast to mark his birthday.
Kaj and Andrea is a Danish children's television show about two puppets. A frog named Kaj and a parrot named Andrea. They sing, play and talk with the human presenters.
Andrea Mitchell Reports is a news show on MSNBC broadcast weekdays from 1 PM ET/10 AM PT hosted by Andrea Mitchell. She originally was an anchor under the MSNBC Live umbrella before getting her own distinct show. She is the NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs correspondent. While the show is based in Washington, D.C., it will typically go on location to where Mitchell is reporting for NBC News.