Dumped by a particularly hot and heavy summer fling? Sure, it can get get a bit gushy, but it’s a powerful reminder that the relationship you have with yourself is the most significant one you’ll ever have.
Sliding Doors It may have been filmed in the 90s, but the lessons Gwyneth Paltrow preaches about love and betrayal ring just as true today.
Number 621 is situated in Blackbanks in Raheny, just before the road meets the seafront.
Tiny Furniture This early-career Lena Dunham gem kicks off with Aura (played by Dunham) getting dumped by her college boyfriend.
If you’ve ever felt anxious about where your post-college life, career, and romantic pursuits are headed—we’re raising our hands with everyone here—you’ll find this flick oddly inspiring. Paul Schneider dazzles (he won Best Actor in a Narrative Feature Film at Tribeca Film Festival, after all) as he picks himself up and puts himself back out there.
Also in attendance was Ron Burkle, the California supermarket billionaire and investor who is Clinton’s bachelor buddy, fund-raiser, and business partner.
Burkle had come with an attractive blonde, described by a fellow guest as “not much older than 19, if she was that.”Burkle’s usual means of transport is the custom-converted Boeing 757 that Clinton calls “Ron Air” and that Burkle’s own circle of young aides privately refer to as “Air Fuck One.” Clinton himself had arrived on the private plane of another California friend, the real-estate heir, Democratic donor, liberal activist, and sometime movie and music producer Steve Bing, whose colorful private life includes fathering a child out of wedlock with the actress Elizabeth Hurley and suing the billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian for invasion of privacy, alleging that private investigators for Kerkorian swiped Bing’s dental floss out of his trash in a successful effort to prove that Bing’s DNA matched that of a child delivered by Kerkorian’s ex-wife, the former tennis pro Lisa Bonder.