Others are written by former insiders, usually officers who were forced out of the company and who get even by revealing all the seamy sides
of their former employers' character, behavior, ancestry, and anatomy.
It is just one of the hot theater tickets in Paris this spring to peer at the seamy side
of American life in the 1930s and 40s.
is a no-nonsense look at the seamy side
of the National Football League.
All are in harsh black and white and show the seamy side
of hotel life.
THE VICE 9pm HTV THE seamy side
of London is back on display with a new series of The Vice which kicked off last night with a preview feature-length version of the hit series, which starts this evening.
The seamy side
of New York is the setting for Michael Guinzberg's surreal novel, Top of the World, Ma
BRAD PITT and BENICIO DEL TORO are set to star in a film version of a truelife story which lifts the lid on the seamy side
of restaurant life in New York.
The seamy side
of Strong's life was laid bare after he was seen in the bar of the ritzy five-star Bel Air Hotel with Prince Andrew and three giggling young women last Thursday.
In a newspaper interview in South Africa upon his return for the launching of this book, Venter stated that "Melbournians will recognize the Coxes as a powerful nouveau riche couple of whose shady deals much is known," and that he "now reveals the seamy side
of their private lives.
TOKYO The seamy side
of Japanese corporate culture is about to hit the bigscreen, as a movie based on the 1997 bank scandals that rocked some of the nation's premier financial institutions is set to open Sept.
Everyone knows they deal with the seamy side
of life, but the programme makers were taking no chances.