Product Tag - Emily Woof

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    School For Seduction DVD 2004 (Original)

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    School For Seduction DVD 2004 (Original)

    An Italian temptress arrives at a school in Newcastle to teach a group of Geordies about the art of romance.
    This is 100% Genuine product.
    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $20.99
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    Killer Net

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    Killer Net

    Killer Net was a television mini series broadcast on Channel 4 in May 1998. The series is set around the lives of three students living in Brighton and an internet based computer game.

    The drama was written and produced by Lynda La Plante, directed by Geoffrey Sax and featured a cast of up and coming actors. One of the main selling points of the series was that it starred Jason Orange of Take That but it was also one of the introductions to the small screen of Paul Bettany.

    Location filming for Killer Net was filmed throughout the late summer of 1997.

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    Pandaemonium (2001)

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    Pandaemonium (2001)

    Set in England during the early 19th century, Pandaemonium evokes late-1960s America in its depiction of the relationship between Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Linus Roach) and William Wordsworth (John Hannah). Instead of going to Vietnam, Wordsworth goes off to fight against the French while Coleridge stays at home and promotes utopianism. After the war, the poets live and work together with Coleridge’s wife, Sara (Samantha Morton), and Wordsworth’s sister, Dorothy (Emily Woof). At first this communal arrangement works to the advantage of Coleridge–who does some of his best writing while Wordsworth stagnates–until Coleridge becomes addicted to opium. Wordsworth, meanwhile, doesn’t find his voice until he abandons his friend. In 20th-century vernacular, Wordsworth is the yuppie, Coleridge the hippie.

    $5.00
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    Photographing Fairies (1997)

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    Photographing Fairies (1997)

    Photographer Charles Castle is numbed with grief following the death of his beautiful bride. He goes off to war, working in the trenches as a photographer. Following the war and still in grief Charles is given some photographs purporting to be of fairies. His search for the truth leads him to Burkinwell, a seemingly peaceful village seething with secrets

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