The woman is awoken from her mid-afternoon suburban slumber by the arrival of an attractive young man over her garden fence. The man is being chased by the police and begs the woman to hide... See full summary »
A seemingly cold but very passionate policewoman goes head to head with a seemingly passionate father who is in fact a cold serialist in this procedural out of Belfast. The only thing they share is their common complexity.
H-Block is set against the real story of the breakout from the maximum security Maze Prison in 1983, which saw 38 IRA prisoners escape and only 19 ever recaptured, and 20 guards shot or stabbed, with one dying.
After nearly 40 years of false imprisonment, cruel scientific testing and denial by the US government, Agent X is finally a free man again. Due to circumstances still under federal investigation, Agent X escaped his Los Angeles cell. Looking for answers about what happened to his family and his previous life, he must now backtrack over forty years - becoming reacquainted with a world in which he is officially dead and with a government that denies his very existence. Written by
I don't even get this to be honest - it's ten minutes of hunh? What the? Jamie Dornan is in a grand total of about 70 seconds of the finished product and it is inexplicably awful. I imagine once Fifty Shades of Grey comes out there will be other embarrassing moments in Jamie's pre-Mr. Grey career that will crop up to remind him where he started. This is one of those. And unfortunately for the audience he is not in his underwear at any point.
You can see he does have some screen presence but it is completely wasted here in a short film that looks like someone used their smartphone to make it. No, it's not even that good. I find it unlikely that anyone got paid for this. It seems like it might have been some kind of inside joke.
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