Mother of two, Delaine, divorces her verbally and emotionally abusive husband and realizes she's lost herself. It's about a woman going through a new experience.
Deciding to explore the world of online dating, she meets a dom who begins to teach her, through a myriad of sexual experiences, how to find the ambition, assertiveness, and sexual desire she'd been missing for so many years. I think it was a "drama" movie with some surprises(no mystery though).
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Suspicions grow when Matt's brother is injured in a car accident similar to the one that recently killed their father.
Is Matt really the missing son or a deceitful stranger?
In another version, Bose left Singapore with his party on the 16th and stopped en route in Bangkok, surprising INA officer in-charge there, J. Bhonsle, who quickly made arrangements for Bose's overnight stay.
That these flights were possible a few days after Japan's surrender was the result of a lack of clarity about what had occurred.
Map of Central Burma showing the route taken by Subhas Chandra Bose and his Indian National Army (INA) group of 500 from Rangoon to Moulmein.
The group traveled in a Japanese military convoy until they reached the river Sittang.
It was understood that the others in the INA party would follow him on later flights. According to historian Joyce Chapman Lebra, "a gift of treasure contributed by local Indians was presented to Bose as he was about to board the plane.
The two heavy strong-boxes added overweight to the plane's full load." Sometime between noon and 2 PM, the twin-engine plane took off with 12 or 13 people aboard: a crew of three or four, a group of Japanese army and air force officers, including Lieutenant-General Tsunamasa Shidei, the Vice Chief of Staff of the Japanese Kwantung Army, which although fast retreating in Manchuria still held the Manchurian peninsula, and Bose and Rahman.