This twisted and obsessive love story follows Syd (Chris Evans), a strung-out, wealthy 20-something whose life is about to go from meaningless to futile. After a massive binging and drug spree, he awakes to the news that he is about to lose his "one true love" London (Jessica Biel) forever: Syd's ex-girlfriend is moving from New York to Los Angeles. Syd has one more chance to win her back, tonight, at her going-away party. Syd stocks up on cocaine and goes off to the party with Bateman (Jason Statham), a young English banker/part time drug dealer he's just met. Throughout the evening, however -- punctuated by regular drug breaks in the bathroom -- we discover that Syd's relationship problems involve more than friction with his girlfriend. Is there a light at the end of his tunnel?
Jack London, also known as The Story of Jack London, is a 1943 American biographical film made by Samuel Bronston Productions and distributed by United Artists. It was directed by Alfred Santell and produced by Samuel Bronston with Joseph H. Nadel as associate producer, from a screenplay by Isaac Don Levine and Ernest Pascal based on the book The Book of Jack London by Charmian London. The film starred Michael O'Shea as Jack London and Susan Hayward with Osa Massen, Harry Davenport, Frank Craven and Virginia Mayo.
The London Nobody Knows, from 1967, written by the great celebrant of overlooked London Geoffrey Fletcher, and narrated by James Mason in a tone of compassionate, world-weary gentility so fitting to the needs of the film, is an elegy for the remnants of a bygone age before the capital's extensive redevelopment.
Arthur Bowman’s business is in a mess. His agency, ‘Miss London Limited’, supplies visiting troops with female escorts. But due to the nature of his female employees, he is receiving fewer and fewer bookings. Then in walks Terry, a young woman who announces that she has just inherited a share in the business from her uncle. She shakes up the organisation and sets about finding lively girls to employ while she and Arthur find romance is blossoming between them.
Welcome to London is a British romantic thriller produced, written, directed and starring Asad Shan. Set and filmed in the United Kingdom, the film tells the story of Jai, a young Punjabi man from Delhi who leaves his debt-ridden family in India to fulfill his dream of a brighter future. With luck on his side and a budding romance on the undergrounds of London city, Jai is on his way up until things start to take an unfortunate turn. The film combines elements of crime, drama and romance.