While humorous, sarcastic and sometimes harsh, Dominique the Dame brings to the forefront America’s contemporary views on race, sex, drugs, religion and technology through her listeners who call into her show “Real Talk.” The radio program takes on a greater meaning when Dame mobilizes her listeners in a race against time to save the life of a pregnant teenager.
You May Also Like
After a long period of bad luck, small-time criminal Tony and his gang successfully rob one of Brink’s security transports, netting $30,000. Surprisingly, their robbery doesn’t make the press. Curious, Tony then checks out Brinks’ headquarters and discovers their security standards are unbelievably lax.
A late-night DJ at the hottest radio station in Atlanta struggles to find his way back to the top after being dumped live on-air. In his journey to revive his career, he meets a woman that once called his show seeking love advice, and that is where things begin to tangle.
Roshan Kalra is a three-star Michelin chef who gets fired from New York’s Gulli restaurant after he punches a customer. Forced to take a break, he flies to Kochi to spend time with his son, Armaan and his estranged wife Radha Menon. It’s a fruitful trip because he manages to mend broken family ties. In a bid to help him get his mojo back, his wife suggests he put up his own food truck and begin afresh.
Twenty year old Antoine has made enemies of a gang of young thugs, to whom he owes money. Fed up with his scams and petty crimes, his mother and older brother decide to send Antoine to his father’s place in Saint-Etienne. The two men haven’t seen each other for several years.
Daisy Kenyon (Crawford) is a Manhattan commercial artist having an affair with an arrogant and overbearing but successful lawyer named Dan O’Mara (Andrews). O’Mara is married and has children. Daisy meets a single man, a war veteran named Peter Lapham (Fonda), and after a brief and hesitant courtship decides to marry him, although she is still in love with Dan.