Awakened from a curse after 400 years, Sleeping Beauty (Sarah Hunter) marvels at the wonders of the new century. She falls in love with a famous architect who is working to restore the castle she once lived in, but finds there are enemies plotting against her. Giving in to her long pent-up sexual desires, Beauty cannot resist the lustful advances of both men and women and after 400 years, she's ready to explore everything and everyone!
Edmond, a man in his sixties whose wife has recently passed away, is told about a secret establishment where men can spend an entire night in bed alongside beautiful, sleeping young women, who stretch, roll over and dream, but never awaken. Bedazzled by their seductive yet innocent tenderness, but distressed about the reason for their deep sleep, he delves into the mystery of the house of sleeping beauties.
A morgue beautician is trying to get over her ex-girlfriend.
Why do the bodies of St. Bernadette and those Incorruptibles like her remain untouched by time? From graves throughout Europe, holy bodies have been exhumed by the church – and found to be in a similar state. Few appear as outwardly perfect as Saint Bernadette – yet fresh from the grave their bodies too were whole and intact – apparently resistant to the decay reserved for ordinary humans. Why do the bodies of St. Bernadette and those Incorruptibles like her remain untouched by time? And how has their flesh defied the laws of nature?
An old man, Mr. Eguchi accidentally finds a special hotel for gentlemen that are called "House of the sleeping beauties" by the sea. When a guest reserves a room, he can sleep with a young girl who is dead sleep by medicine. But the house has the strict rules and a landlady controls all. Mr. Eguchi fall in impossible love with a sleeping girl and the love remind him of his life. The background of this story is 1960's in Japan. It was the last period that Japonisme and specific morals had remained in ordinary people and their life after the Second World War.
About an establishment where old men pay to sleep besides young girls that had been narcotized and happen to be naked, the sleeping beauties. The old men are expected to take sleeping pills and share the bed for a whole night with a girl without attempting anything of bad taste like putting a finger inside their mouths.
Blansky's Beauties is an American sitcom which aired on the ABC network in 1977. The main character of the series was introduced in an episode of Happy Days, and the show is thus a spin-off, although The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946–Present doesn't include the series in its list of prime time spin-offs.
Global Talk Show, is a television program on Korean Broadcasting System in South Korea. The show features a panel of foreign women residing in South Korea who discuss their experiences and cultures in a talk show format in the Korean language. After high viewer ratings from its first broadcast on October 7, 2006 during the Korean Chuseok holiday, it became a regularly broadcast program starting November 26, 2006. Its final episode was aired on Christmas 2010. A portion of the program was also published as a book featuring the same subject. The show is hosted by Nam Hui-Seok, a television personality and comedian, and later Announcer Eom Jiin, joins as co-host for the talkshow, and later Lee Yun-seok and Seo Gyeong-seok as the final hosts. The song "Bring It All Back" by S Club 7 is played after the opening cut to the studio floor that follows the playing of the opening intro and the viewer advisory that it is a rated "15" program. The popularity of the program has given celebrity status within South Korea to some of the panelists.