A weathered Lieutenant, his police force, and a local vigilante are all caught up in a dangerous scheme involving a recently arrested, troubled man who's linked to years of female abductions and murders.
A woman goes to the countryside to spend a quiet weekend after losing her job and having her last complicated relationship implode. She rents a country house to an old-fashioned widower, who struggles to hide his pyschopatic tendencies.
Richard Bates Jr.
Hayley Marie Norman
An American student who is living a privileged existence at Glasgow School of Art when her father unexpectedly dies. Consumed with her loss, she finds herself re-examining both her life and inner circle.
Summertime, 1994. In a quiet mining village just outside Doncaster, a rumour stirs about the legend of a giant carp in the nearby decoy ponds. Trevor takes watch one night at the water's ... See full summary »
The Flood sees Lena Headey alongside Game of Thrones co-star Iain Glen take on one of the most explosive topics in modern politics. See why critics are gripped by it and are calling it "soul scraping", a "must see", with a "clever twist in the end".
This is a serious film, a sort of snapshot of the movement of a few people from hell along the migration path to the UK. It is slow. It is methodical. It is a beautiful picture. I stayed with it because I was interested in what Leana Hedey would be interested to work on after GOT. And this is it. At the end I see why she did it. Everyone here does a fine job and the story is a solid drama that evryone should care about. It is rather sad and tense, maybe that is why many give it a low star count. Or maybe there is some racist objections being recorded, though I hope not. It is at least a solid seven. Heady does a lot of acting inside a rather small part.
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