Kevin Jones arrives at Blackstream prison beaten, bruised, and suffering from brain damage-a state he wasn't in at his sentencing. Something happened to Kevin during his transfer, and ...
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Kevin Jones arrives at Blackstream prison beaten, bruised, and suffering from brain damage-a state he wasn't in at his sentencing. Something happened to Kevin during his transfer, and though the prison psychologist tries to help him remember...he can't. But someone at the prison knows Kevin's secrets; and when they meet, a deadly war will be ignited, thrusting the entire prison into a battle of hate and revenge...
Having read the comments, which are very favourable, it would be nice to see this on our own TV - as we have with other Australian series.
I can only imagine how good he was. I first saw Hugh live in London and was very impressed with the extent of his talent. It was quite some time later that I discovered he had started to make films. So I have collected what I can but I cannot get "Paperback Hero" or "Standing Room" - anybody know of any copies around ?
Every film that I have seen he always takes the acting credit. Being a stage actor he can bring so much more to the screen. So many 'small' touches that bring the performances to the fore. He is a real professional I really loved KATE & LEOPOLD. The theme music of the film is lovely and I would have loved to have heard Hugh Sing "Until" which won an Oscar. Pity about Meg's hair she too is a very talented lady but the hair spoilt the character.
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