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    The Veteran (2011)

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    The Veteran (2011)

    Soldier Robert Miller returns home from Afghanistan unable to fit back into society. Living on a violent council estate and finding work in undercover surveillance, he becomes obsessed with taking down a group of local gangsters who are intrinsically tied to a suspected terrorist cell. Taking the situation into his own hands, Robert embarks on a brutal quest for justice, with devastating consequences.

    $15.00
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    Thérèse Raquin

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    Thérèse Raquin

    In order to be together, lovers Therese and Laurent plot to kill Therese’s husband, Camille, but find themselves haunted by their deeds and Madame Raquin’s silent judgment.

    $48.00
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    Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky (1988)

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    Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky (1988)

    This documentary offers a rare glimpse of the legendary Soviet filmmaker, Andrei Tarkosvky, at work. Tarkovsky made only seven films in his brief, but brilliant, career; Michal Leszczylowski’s respectful movie chronicles him at work on his last film, The Sacrifice. Offering insight into Tarkovsky’s working methods and transcendental aesthetics, the movie is a compelling account of the difficulties of film production. In the case of an uncompromising and visionary filmmaker like Tarkovsky, the practical problems of filmmaking are only magnified, as cast and crew struggle to realize the ambitious concepts in Tarkovsky’s mind.

    $25.00
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    Out

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    Out

    Out is a British television crime drama written by Trevor Preston. It was produced by Thames Television in 1978.

    In the weeks prior to its broadcast on Monday evenings, brief clips of the programme were shown to arouse viewer interest in which a character provided only the cryptic information that ‘Frank Ross is OUT’. Also, around the time of the series, a lot of graffiti saying, “Frank Ross is innocent” appeared around London.

    $24.00
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    As Good As Dead (2010)

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    As Good As Dead (2010)

    Seeking revenge for the murder of their religious leader, fundamental loyalists kidnap and torture the man they believe responsible, but the ensuing clash of right vs. left ideologies quickly reveals that they may have the wrong man, which puts them on a path toward a shocking twist

    $15.00
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    The Slap

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    The Slap

    A family drama that explodes from one small incident where a man slaps another couple’s misbehaving child. This seemingly minor domestic dispute pulls the family apart, exposes long-held secrets, and ignites a lawsuit that challenges the core values of all who are pulled into it.

    $24.00
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    Human Universe

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    Human Universe

    Professor Brian Cox asks the biggest questions we can ask. Are we alone? Why are we here? What is our future? Join him in a stunning celebration of human life as he explores our origins, our place and our destiny in the universe.

    $12.00
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    Nuremberg (2000)

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    Nuremberg (2000)

    Justice Robert H. Jackson leads Allied prosecutors in trying 21 Germans for Nazi war crimes after World War II.

    $15.00
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    The Straits

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    The Straits

    Set among the turquoise waters and lethal wildlife of Australia’s Far North Queensland and the Torres Strait, The Straits is an exotic, darkly humorous crime drama.

    The Montebellos are not your average Australian family. Modern day smugglers, their family business is transporting drugs into Australia and guns and exotic wildlife out, making use of ties of blood and loyalty in the Torres Strait Islands.

    $12.00
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    Japan's War In Colour (2003)

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    Japan’s War In Colour (2003)

    Using never-before-seen footage, Japan’s War In Colour tells a previously untold story. It recounts the history of the Second World War from a Japanese perspective, combining original colour film with letters and diaries written by Japanese people. It tells the story of a nation at war from the diverse perspectives of those who lived through it: the leaders and the ordinary people, the oppressors and the victims, the guilty and the innocent. Until recently, it was believed that no colour film of Japan existed prior to 1945. But specialist research has now unearthed a remarkable colour record from as early as the 1930s. For eight years the Japanese fought what they believed was a Holy War that became a fight to the death. Japan’s War In Colour shows how militarism took hold of the Japanese people; describes why Japan felt compelled to attack the West; explains what drove the Japanese to resist the Allies for so long; and, finally, reveals how they dealt with the shame of defeat.

    $15.00
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    Stargazing Live

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    Stargazing Live

    Professor Brian Cox and Dara O Briain are at Jodrell Bank Observatory, and joined by special guests to bring you the latest news and the best views of the night sky.

    $8.00$12.00
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    The Boxer (1997)

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    The Boxer (1997)

    Nineteen-year-old Danny Flynn is imprisoned for his involvement with the I.R.A. in Belfast. He leaves behind his family and his sixteen-year-old girlfriend, Maggie Hamill. Fourteen years later, Danny is released from prison and returns to his old working class neighborhood to resume his life as a boxer.

    $15.00
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