This episode focused on Billy The Kid - whether he really deserved his infamy as a 'badman' and whether he should be posthumously granted a Pardon. The general consensus of considered opinion is that...
Talking heads and documentary style narration combine with reenactment of Custer's last stand. In 1876 Lakota and Cheyenne tribes fled the reservations,taking guns given them for hunting and set up a...
In May 1940 eighteen-year old Geoffrey Wellum joins the 92 squadron of the Royal Air Force and is taken to the pub,where pilots who have seen action sign their names on a blackboard. Next ... See full summary »
A man becomes obsessed with finding his missing wife, drowning in the nostalgia of a 16mm home movie of her, and letting his grief gradually consume him until he gets caught up in a sinister occurrence.
8 British actors and a narcoleptic director travel to the Norwegian Arctic Circle to film Henrik Ibsen's play 'The Lady From The Sea'.Thinking it will be an easy task, they are soon ... See full summary »
I would love to see this series and look forward to it being available in the US. I have seen the stills from several websites and I saw Toby mention his enjoyment at playing Custer on a BBC interview. He said he thought it would be the closest he would get to being in a Western. I also read he had a rather skittish horse that needed a bit of sedation to do its part properly. Meanwhile, I cannot imagine why there is no photograph of the gorgeous Toby Stephens on this site. He has so many wonderful photos online to choose from. In fact, I would have a hard time choosing if I were your webmaster. I hope you will correct this oversight immediately. If you haven't seen him in Jane Eyre, you have missed one of the sexiest performances on film, ever!
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