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No Surrender is a 1985 comedy film starring Michael Angelis and James Ellis.
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A gripping and powerful story set in the 1980s in working class Edinburgh. Jo Jo is determined to follow in his father's footsteps and become a decent criminal, while his girlfriend reckons she is the best Marilyn Monroe since Marilyn Monroe. The world is changing however and drugs have arrived and the old rules don't apply anymore...
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Actors: Danny Dyer, Rik Young, Des Coleman, Davinia Taylor, Will Mellor Directors: Menhaj Huda Writers: Colin Butts, Eitan Arrusi Producers: Alison Owen, Jamie Roberts, Nerys Hughes, Tim Cole Format: Anamorphic, PAL Language English Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.) Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 Number of discs: 1 Classification: 18
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Four Liverpool teenagers – two boys and two girls – struggle to cope with a life blighted by unemployment, social deprivation and a sense of hopelessness. As they leave school behind them, attempting to forge their own identity, their lives intertwine in a series of moving love stories.

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Bar Mitzvah Boy was a British television play, written by Jack Rosenthal and originally transmitted in the Play for Today anthology Series on the BBC. Broadcast on the 14th September 1976, the 75-minute production was directed by Michael Tuchner and produced by Graeme McDonald.

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Story of two children from Liverpool involved in the mass transportation of deprived and homeless children from all parts for Britain to areas of the British Empire in the 1950s, ending up in Australia.
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What rats won't do dvd Soon-to-be-married lawyer Kate Beckenham has landed the case of a lifetime. Her courtroom opponent turns out to be the charming Jack Sullivan, who has never lost a single case
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In this missing link between "The Black Stuff" and "Boys From" - why this wasn't included in the DVD realease is a mystery - Pete Postlethwaite excels as the out of his depth Duggan and the piece has all the warmth and incisive writing you'd expect from Bleasedale. Responding to success of "The Black Stuff", the BBC commissioned Bleasdale to expand each character into a separate drama. The first of these, The Muscle Market, featured Pete Postlethwaite replacing Calder as the owner of the building contractors, and Alison Steadman. It went out under the Play for Today banner in 1981 as a stop-gap measure while Bleasdale finished writing the other five.

Danny Duggan, played by Postlethwaite, runs a failing building contractors, and resorts to sub-gangster thuggery to keep the business afloat. However, with the bottom falling out of the building game, Duggan finds that playing at gangster is only fun when you're on the winning side.

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A MAN LOVE'' is an unaccountably bad film from Diane Kurys, who at other times (with ''Peppermint Soda'' and ''Entre Nous'') has seemed one of the most promising new directors around. The story centers around a very important American film star played by Peter Coyote, which is to say that ''A Man in Love'' is misconceived from the very start.
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The Camels are Coming starring Jack Hulbert, Anna Lee and Hartley Power. A squadron leader employed by the Egyptian Government to clean up the drug trade spilling in from Arabia. A strange plane is spotted piloted by a woman and Jack needs to set out to find if the woman is involved in the Sheikhs plan to distribute drugs
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