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James Norton stars as the handsome, jazz-loving vicar, with Robson Green as his law-enforcement ally, Inspector Geordie Keating. Also starring are Morven Christie as Amanda Kendall, Sidney's first love and soul mate; Tessa Peake-Jones as Mrs. Maguire, the vicar's morally judgmental landlady; Al Weaver as Leonard Finch, the church's new assistant curate; and German actress Pheline Roggan as Hildegard Staunton, the strikingly beautiful widow of the series' first victim.
The Hemingway name echoes through modern American life - but not just as a symbol of literary greatness. The name also carries with it stories of mental illness and suicide afflicting numerous Hemingway family members over the generations. Now, actress Mariel Hemingway herself tells her family's troubled tale in an incisive, revealing and ultimately uplifting new film.
Film Movement, the distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films, announced that two DVD sets of films from Israel and concerning cultural and religious themes will be released in September on DVD. Beyond Borders: Stories of Interfaith Friendship will be available on September 16 and Faces of Israel: New Israeli Cinema will be out on September 23.
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Narrated by Emmy Award winning James Cromwell, an ardent supporter of Indigenous and Civil Rights, the film captures the declining fortunes of the Galpu clan, an aboriginal family led by the aging master didgeridoo craftsman Djalu (sounds like Jahlu) Gurruwiwi. Like anthropologists, over successive trips spanning ten years, filmmaker Joshua Bell and team were able to capture the hopes and fears of an indigenous family struggling to keep their ancient traditions alive within the constraints of the modern world.
Shaun Evans returns to duty at Oxford City Police as Colin Dexter's cerebral Endeavour Morse, before his signature red Jaguar but with his deductive powers already running in high gear. His partnership with DI Fred Thursday (Roger Allam) now firmly cemented, the two men must band together to crack this fresh quartet of dazzlingly complex cases, shaking the highest pillars of Oxford society as they go.
Following a tragic motorcycle accident, Mike Bauer found himself confined to a wheelchair, a paraplegic. Used to constant movement and reinvention, Bauer was living in chronic pain when he became a patient of rehabilitative neurosurgeon Dr. Scott Falci. When Falci recognized the signs of depression in his patient and after learning about Bauer's earlier life, which included driving race cars, the doctor conceived of a race car with adaptive controls.
The show that started as a continuation of the critically acclaimed series The Closer, has become a successful hit in its own right, ranking as TNT's #2 series during its sophomore run on the cable network. Consumers can own all 19 episodes of this powerful series' second season on DVD, plus loads of bonus material, including never-before-seen featurettes and deleted scenes.
Starring Ricky Schroder, Jason Spisak, Jon Gries, Rick Hoffman, Krista Allen and Tatyana Ali. Skip, the nighttime janitor in an Old West theme park, delves into the mysteries surrounding an old locker.
Wherever men and women cast their lines for the mighty Atlantic salmon, Megan Boyd's name is whispered in mythic reverence, and stories about her surface and swirl like fairy tales. In a cottage in northern Scotland without electricity, telephone or running water, Boyd long ago practiced her trade and mastered her craft, twirling bits of exotic feather and fur, silver and gold around a tiny metal hooks. They were seductive and perfect metaphors - in every strand there was a story, a mystery waiting to be unraveled.
DVD Review THE ATTACK (BLU-RAY)
Critics have raved about this foreign drama for a while now, and it's nice to see it as yet another acclaimed film being distributed on Blu-ray from the Cohen Media Group.
The ten-part clone conspiracy thriller, produced by Temple Street Productions, is co-created by Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, with Manson also serving as writer and Fawcett as director. Ivan Schneeberg and David Fortier are executive producers on behalf of Temple Street. Bonus Features include: Character Profiles, Set Tour, and Send in the Clones Now: Behind the Scenes featurette.
The whistleblowers featured in the film continue the tradition of brave men and women who have come forward to tell the truth without looking for any personal gain - Daniel Ellsberg (The Pentagon Papers); Jeffrey Wigand (tobacco industry); Karen Silkwood (power plant health and safety procedures) and Mark Felt (Watergate).
What makes a person walk into a theater or a church or a classroom full of students and open fire? In the wake of the tragic events in Newtown, a growing body of scientific research is bringing us closer to understanding the complex web of circumstances that can conspire to produce a rampage killer: uncontrolled violent urges, depression, and perceived social isolation.
The Church granted filmmakers Fredrik Horn Akselsen and Christian Falch a remarkable degree of access to tell this story, allowing them to accompany one of the few exorcists in Europe, the Vatican-approved Father Jose Antonio Fortea, Catholic priest / Exorcist and author. Father Fortea travels the world on his mission to enlighten the masses about demonic possession and to help fellow exorcists. Father Gabriel Amorth, Official Vatican Exorcist, is also prominently featured in the documentary. He has been an exorcist for 25 years and estimates he has seen 70,000 cases.
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