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    King Lear: Live from Shakespeare's Globe (2017)

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    King Lear: Live from Shakespeare’s Globe (2017)

    King Lear (Kevin McNally) decides to divide his kingdom amongst his three daughters, but fails to anticipate the consequences of his actions. His generosity is cruelly repaid. As he comes to realise the false values by whch he has lived, he finally encounters his own humaity. Broadcast live to cinemas from the iconic Shakespeare’s Globe, this brand new retelling of one of the Bard’s greatest plays will capture your heart on September 21.

    $15.00
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    Passer By (2004)

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    Passer By (2004)

    James Nesbitt plays radiographer Joe Keyes. Late one night he is travelling home by train when he sees a young girl, Alice (Emily Bruni) being chatted up by two men. When the banter becomes threatening Joe is unsure whether or not to intervene. When he reaches his station he glances at Alice who seems to be appealing for his help. Now he faces a dilemma. Should he stay on the train and get involved or get off and go home? Joe chooses home. His actions result in terrible consequences for Alice, his wife Helen (Siobhan Finneran) and his two children – but most of all for his sense of identity. Writer Tony Marchant says; “A man makes a fateful decision that systematically takes apart his authority as a husband, a father and a man. It’s ultimately about how hard it is to be good and do the right thing.

    $15.00
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    Believe Nothing

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    Believe Nothing

    Believe Nothing is a British sitcom starring Rik Mayall as Quadruple Professor Adonis Cnut, the cleverest man in England and Oxford’s leading moral philosopher. Starring alongside Mayall is Michael Maloney as Brian Albumen, Cnut’s faithful servant, and Emily Bruni as Dr. Hannah Awkward who becomes professor of pedantics.

    The series was written by Maurice Gran and Laurence Marks, who give a twist to many of today’s global issues.

    Although much hyped by ITV, who were hoping to repeat the success of Gran and Marks’ previous project with Mayall, the successful The New Statesman, the series failed to catch on, and was dropped after one series.

    $16.00
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