This effective, straightforward story about the birth and on-going life of a young man at the beginning of the 20th century reflects the political and social history of his time. Adrien (child, Bertrand Sautereau, adult, Serge Dominque) was born in a field to a mother who had lived as a shepherdess. She died when he was born. As he grows up under harsh treatment by his grandfather, World War I and labor unrest simmer and explode in the background. Finally rebelling against his grandfather, Adrien runs away and stays with another family for awhile. But the lure of finding his place in the world continues. He gets a job and eventually falls in love, though nothing in his life comes along easily and some of the biases he experiences have more than social nuances as Europe simmers again on the way to World War II.
Four-division world champion Adrien “The Problem’’ Broner and three-division world champion Mikey Garcia square off in a blockbuster matchup in the main event of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING®, Saturday, July 29, presented by Premier Boxing Champions at Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING™. Plus, unbeaten former world champion Jermall Charlo returns to face Argentina’s Jorge Sebastian Heiland in a middleweight world title eliminator. Additional undercard action will see former title challenger Gerald Washington take on Brooklyn native Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller in a 10-round heavyweight matchup.
Manny Pacquiao vs. Adrien Broner, billed as Return to Vegas was a boxing match for the WBA (Regular) welterweight championship. The fight took place on January 19, 2019 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
Broner vs. Maidana for the WBO world welterweight title Saturday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Marcos Maidana won via unanimous decision after dropping Broner twice.
A behind-the-scenes portrait of the undefeated rising star and Cincinnati's own sensation Adrien "The Problem" Broner before and during his bouts with Eloy Perez and Vincente Escobedo. “2 Days” is a revealing and intimate look at a 48-hour span in the life of a boxer in the lead-up to one of his fights focusing on junior lightweight title-holder Adrien Broner. HBO cameras followed the engaging and free spirited fighter prior to his showdown against Eloy Perez.
Piroska is an overweight, alienated nurse who can’t resist cream-filled pastries. She works in the terminal ward of a hospital; her life is surrounded by death. One day she sets off to find her long-lost childhood friend. While tracing her recollections, she embarks on a paradox-filled voyage within her own memory and the memory of those she encounters.
Adrienne is not my mother. She is not Jewish. I met her five years ago, at Edouard’s, where I’d gone to ask my friend to lend me a dinner jacket for the premiere of my film “Life Lessons”. She came to see the film and we began to meet often (Boris Lehman).
There are the living, the dead, and those who are lost at sea.
Adrienne Lecouvreur is an acclaimed actress who falls in love with Polish prince Maurice de Saxe, only to be poisoned by a jealous rival while Maurice is away at war. The film was a co-production between the two countries, and was made at UFA's Berlin Studios. It was based on the 1849 play Adrienne Lecouvreur by Eugène Scribe and Ernest Legouvé about the life of the eighteenth century actress Adrienne Lecouvreur.
Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrienne is an American reality documentary television series that premiered on the Style Network on June 3, 2012. The series follows the lives of rising Latina stars and best friends Julissa Bermudez and Adrienne Bailon as they try to get their big breaks in the entertainment industry.
Adrienne At Large was a Canadian half-hour public affairs television show. The show was broadcast on CTV at 10 p.m. on Thursdays from September 26, 1974 until January 2, 1975. Adrienne Clarkson and Glenn Sarty hosted the show.
Adrienne Clarkson Presents is a Canadian cultural entertainment series broadcast on CBC Television beginning in 1988. The series ended in 1999, the year host Adrienne Clarkson was appointed Governor General of Canada. Episodes featured artists such as Molly Johnson and Quartette. The series was preceded by a limited 1988 summer programme, Adrienne Clarkson's Summer Festival.