In 1974, a pair of pub bombings rocked Birmingham, England. The terrorist attacks killed dozens of innocent civilians and wounded many more. But another tragedy took place in their ... See full summary »
A worried husband hires a beautiful psychotherapist to nurse his delusional wife and help her deal with the death of their child in a car accident. However, the nurse starts playing mind games. Or is he just being paranoid?
J. Michael Esposito,
Hugh Grant stars as a British engineer who becomes entangled in a forbidden romance with his Indian employer's eldest daughter. As their passion ignites, the East-meets-West clash of ... See full summary »
John Langer, a crusty old civic engineer, has an arsenal full of memories. With irreverent wit, he rattles on, in his irascible humorous style, burning his spicy stories into the ... See full summary »
British TV mini-series, made in 1991 and starring John Hurt, Jane Birkin and Brian Cox, set in France and tells of a British businessman kidnapped by a member of Action directe. (The original novel by Gerald Seymour was set in Italy and involved the Red Brigades.)
Justine (Corinne Touzet) from the French revolutionary group Action directe is one of France's most ruthless political extremists. When she is captured in a shoot-out following a foiled bank robbery, her fanatical young lover, Anatole (Marc Samuel), vows to set her free and, with quiet watchfulness, waits for the moment to strike.
Meanwhile in Paris, British businessman, Geoffrey Harrison (Brian Cox), has been taken hostage by a ruthless organised crime syndicate. The British Government are adamant that they will not pay any ransom demand and discharge responsibility to the French police. As political wrangling takes hold, Anatole sees a weakness and realises that the only way to secure the release of his beloved Justine is to capture and steal Harrison from the organised crime syndicate and bargain his life for hers.
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