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No Surrender DVD

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The film is set in seedy Liverpool nightclub where Angelis takes over as Manager. The plot focuses on two Irish characters in their very different communities. One is an ex-hit man (Protestant), the other a night-club manager (Catholic) who finds himself working for a very dangerous employer. The previous manager has left a lunatic legacy: hiring out the same hall for New Year's Eve to three groups of senior citizens, one hardline Irish Catholic Nationalists dressed in costume, one hardline Protestant Unionists and one of uninvolved, elderly, rather addled pensioners, who don't understand what is going on. The Catholics and Protestants recall their skirmishes and sing provocative songs to each other.

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Looking After Jo Jo DVD

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Jo Jo is an Edinburgh Goodfella with a sharp mind and a cavalier attitude to the law. In the bleak, edgy climate of the 1980's Jo Jo is seen by many on the estate as a hero; out-manoeuvring the police while supporting his close-knit family. What is it that draws the confident and charming Jo Jo to Lorraine, a vulnerable woman obsessed by Marilyn Monroe? What figure from his past is fuelling his fantasies and driving him towards darker crimes and the quicksand of heroine. Can Jo Jo look after himself when he doesn't know who he is.

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Is Harry On The Boat ? Dvd - Danny Dyer

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This dvd is the film with Danny Dyer (tv series is also available) Based on the book of the same name by Colin Butts. The title is a reference to the sexual act of ejaculating on the face ('Harry' or 'Harry Monk' is Cockney rhyming slang for spunk and 'boat' - or 'boat race' - is Cockney rhyming slang for 'face'). The TV series was developed and produced by Rapido TV for Sky TV. "Is Harry on the Boat?" was a mix of fast-paced drama, sex, and comedy. It was set in Ibiza and focused on the adventures of a group of holiday reps catering for an 18-30's market

 

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Blood on the dole is a great film adapted from a play. It follows the progression/plight of two scouse lads on leaving school and clashing with Mr Williams the Welsh P.E. teacher, to moving out into the real world! Only its not that simple this is Liverpool, England jobs are few and far between and there's a recession etc! Also tracking down and bumping into the two girls that 'Ricky' and 'Joey' were quite partial to at school! Only shame is they don't feel the same as and one is 'seeing' Mr Williams which becomes aware towards the end. after struggling in state and illegal jobs the lads try their own roofing job, then go separate ways one setting his own Buisness up (despite having no money) the other out into the army. There then follows a moving climax which brings Joey close to the girl he loves. Blood on the dole is moving, bleak and at times funny.

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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. Starring Jeremy Steyn, Kim Clifford, Mark Herman, Adrienne Posta, Maria Charles and Bernard Spier, the play tells the story of a young Jewish boy, Elliot Green (Steyn), in a lower middle class family living in Britain in the 1970s, and the apprehensions the boy feels over his forthcoming Bar Mitzvah. Meanwhile, the family prepares for the celebration, preoccupied with their own preparations for the b'nai mitzvah.

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Follow the journey of Bert and Lily, two English children uprooted from their beloved Liverpool dockside to a life of deprivation and extreme hardship in the alien environment of Australia in the years following World War I.

This poignant and forceful saga uncovers the darker side of the Child Migration Schemes of the 1950s, which was largely swept under the carpet until this series was broadcast in 1992. The massive national and international social controversy that followed climaxed with real-life victims breaking the cone of silence that had enclosed them for nearly half a century.

As the top rating show of 1992, 'The Leaving of Liverpool' won numerous awards including the AFI Award for Most Outstanding Drama and Best Screenplay, TV Week Logie Award for Most Outstanding Mini-Series and the Australian Humanitarian Award.

Directed by Steve Knapman, 'The Leaving of Liverpool' features an outstanding cast including Bill Hunter, John Hargreaves, Martin Jacobs and Frances Barber as well as stellar performances from the lead child actors.

 Kevin Knapman ...  Bert (as Kevin Jones)
 Christine Tremarco ...  Lily
 Frances Barber ...  Ellen, Lily's mother
 John Hargreaves ...  Harry
 Bill Hunter ...  Father O'Neill
 Martin Jacobs ...  Brother Matthew
 Frank Whitten ...  Brother Jerome
 David Kaff ...  Wilson
 Darren Yap ...  David
 Pamela Rabe ...  Mrs. Lang
 Colin Moody ...  Mr. Symonds
 Gary Henshaw ...  Alf
 Walter Brown ...  Bishop
 Jai Kemp ...  Bonesy
 Peter Braunstein ...  Country Doctor


Runtime:180 min
Country:Australia
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Language:English
Format:dvdr
Color:Color
Region:Worldwide Play
Aspect Ratio:1.33 : 1 more
Sound Mix:Stereo
Certification:Australia:M
Filming Locations:Lidcombe, New South Wales, Australia

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Directed by Alastair Reid. Featuring Natascha McElhone, James Frain, Charles Dance, Parker Posey, Samantha Bond, Valentine Pelka.

This is what romantic comedies should be. Two attractive, appealing leading actors with genuine chemistry, a host of droll secondary characters, hate at first sight and a sparklingly funny script.

 Kate Beckenham played beautifully by the wonderfully expressive Natascha McElhone is a London barrister who is on the rise. Engaged to be married to Graham (Valentine Pelka), she has a growing practice and seems happy in her somewhat strait-laced and conservative life. Not an easy feat considering that being a female barrister isn't easy in the incredibly conservative, male-dominated English legal system. Living with her wilder and younger sister Ellen (Amy Phillips), she first encounters the irreverent Jack Sullivan (James Frain). Jack is also a London barrister, but a hotshot with a reputation for having never lost a single case. Their second encounter is in the courtroom and while more formal and stilted - it is as funny as their first encounter and we learn more about Jack's incorrigible nature.

As fate would have it, not only does this bewigged pair seem destined to encounter one another time and time again - they end up being opposing counsel on a high profile, glitzy and vaguely tawdry case that captures the attention of the media. In a story with shades of the Anna Nicole Smith saga, Parker Posey plays Mrs Mirella Burton, a loud, tackily attractive young woman who met the elder Mr Burton when he was seventy five and she was but twenty one years of age. As a result of his marriage with Mirella, Mr Burton leaves all of his estate (to the value of £15 million) to Mirella and not to his only son Gerald Burton (Charles Dance). Gerald Burton, via Kate's instructing solicitor Jane (Samantha Bond) engages Kate to be his counsel while Mrs Burton engages Jack Sullivan.

The case turns on Mr Burton's state of mind at the time he drafted his will. Kate's contention is that he was as confused, lonely, old man tricked by a young woman into denying the rightful heir of his inheritance. Jack's argument is that Mr Burton was in love and was fully aware of his actions and the consequences and thus the characters are given free rein to explore the issue of matters of the heart.

Words fly, gazes lock and tempers flare as Kate and Jack battle it out in the courtrooms. They encounter each other everywhere - cricket matches, outside the temple where Kate is scheduled to be married, mooting dinners, outside their chambers and each time they meet, there is absolutely no doubt that they are attracted to one another. Kate fights the attraction, both infuriated and fascinated by Jack at the same time.

James Frain plays Jack as an arrogant, carelessly appealingly young man who manages to be incredibly charming and funny despite his cockiness. It would be so easy for an audience to dislike such a smug character, but there is a genuine warmth in Frain's portrayal and he appears to be having a ball with the role. Having first seen Frain as the awkward yet appealing Forney Hull in "Where the Heart Is", I was startled to see him in such a sexily charismatic role but found him completely convincing.

The secondary characters are equally wonderful. Kate's instructing solicitor Jane is hilarious - particularly the sequence in which she gets into labour and threatens to say awful, unforgivable things to Kate. Graham is something of a cliche as he plays the faithful, patient but unsexy fiance we have come to expect in romantic comedies. Nonetheless, he has some very funny lines as well. Jack's opinionated but loving father is a real gem dispensing fashion tips while renovating Jack's trendy London apartment.

The judges in the court scenes are very droll and Kate seems to trip over eccentric characters wherever she goes - the drunken lawyers at the moot are a hoot. The only element that jarred a little was the discovery of the true character of Gerald Burton - it was a little startling and not really foreshadowed, but this is only a minor quibble.

All in all, this is a wonderful and entertaining gem of a movie. Somewhat obscure, it is definitely worth watching and some of the scenes had me laughing out loud. For those of us who are tired of the completely implausible world of Ally McBeal, Natasha McElhone is very convincing as a determined female lawyer who doesn't wear short skirts.

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Director: Jim Goddard

Cast:
Pip Donaghy... Maxie (as Philip Donaghy)
Mike Donohoe... Heavy
Steve Faye... Heavy
Ronald Forfar... Costello The Second
Jackie Hamilton... Heavy
Paul Harman... Abbott
Mike Hayden... Heavy
Brian Jacques... Heavy
Paul Jesson... John
Johnny Mallen... Heavy
Barry McCarthy... Hutchinson
Derek McLean... Bernard's Son
Adrian Mills... Bernard's Son
Bill Moores... Arthur
Mitzi Mueller... Pauleen
Roger Phillips... 'Costello'
Pete Postlethwaite... Danny Duggan (as Peter Postlethwaite)
Terence Rigby... Bernard
Ken Rose... Heavy
Ken Sharrock... Miller
Alison Steadman... Susan
Bill Stewart... Auctioneer

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Quality 9 Out Of 10

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A Man In Love DVD - Peter Coyote

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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.

Mr. Coyote is never convincing as the sort of fellow who draws a large, adoring throng of reporters when he deigns to reveal the plans for his latest project. But at the beginning of ''A Man in Love,'' he announces to the assembled multitudes that he will be making a biographical film about the Italian writer Cesare Pavese. Solemnly, Mr. Coyote describes the details of Pavese's life, right up to the point when he ingests a lethal dose of sleeping powder. ''And he drinks. And he waits. And he dies,'' Mr. Coyote says with glum relish. From this, and from the rest we see of ''Pavese,'' it's pretty clear that the finished product will be keeping them away in droves.

''A Man in Love,'' which is Miss Kurys's first English-language film and which opens today at Cinema 1, is about the romance that springs up between the big star Steve Elliott (Mr. Coyote) and the beautiful young actress who is cast as his co-star. She is Jane Steiner (Greta Scacchi), who is first seen vacationing prettily in Tuscany with her gorgeous mother (Claudia Cardinale) and alcoholic father (John Berry). The father, a hack journalist, later turns up on the set at the Cinecitta studio in Rome after Jane is hired for ''Pavese,'' and he pesters Steve Elliott for an interview. Steve says no, and Jane has the kind of tantrum which, in a film like this, can really pique a man's interest. ''Who do you think I am?'' he asks Jane angrily. ''Who do you think you are?'' she counters. The screenplay, by Miss Kurys and Olivier Schatzky, has a persistently tin ear.

The point, once Steve and Jane get down to business, seems to be that glamorous movie people can't help falling for one another when they're on location, eagerly forsaking the realities of everyday life and letting their lives and art intertwine. This will not be news to anyone who has ever seen a movie set or Francois Truffaut's ''Day for Night,'' or even a soap opera or two. Still, Miss Kurys presents it as revelation, which gives her film a painfully self-evident quality all the way through. The only refreshingly unaffected character is Michael (Peter Riegert), who accurately describes his role as ''Steve's slave.'' Michael takes a cheerfully resigned approach to duties like lounging around the swimming pool, keeping Jane away from Steve's wife, Susan (Jamie Lee Curtis), and remaining at the dinner table alone when Steve and Jane abruptly disappear and go off to bed. When this happens, Michael petulantly calls out for dessert.

Miss Kurys directs the bedroom scenes with more enthusiasm than she brings to the rest of ''A Man in Love,'' and indeed, they are the film's only real means of attracting an audience. Miss Scacchi's languid abandon in these scenes is enough to make up for her more awkward manner elsewhere. But Miss Kurys's way of playing life-versus-art tricks with the audience can be annoying, as when Steve begins to embrace Jane, then suddenly begins howling and curls up into a fetal position; this is then shown to be a scene from the film within the film, though it's directed in an entirely inappropriate way. There are far too many indications throughout ''A Man in Love'' of Miss Kurys's eagerness to find more in this material than is actually there.

In the last reel, the focus suddenly shifts to Jane's mother, whose white blood-cell count has been mentioned ominously throughout, and to Jane's attempt to write down an account of her feelings. Here and only here does ''A Man in Love'' at all resemble Miss Kurys's other, better, less strenuously commercial work. Body Language A MAN IN LOVE, directed by Diane Kurys; original screenplay by Miss Kurys, with co-adaptation by Olivier Schatzky; director of photography, Bernard Zitzermann; edited by Joele Van Effenterre; music by Georges Delerue; art director, Dean Tavoularis; produced by Michel Seydoux, Camera One and Alexandre Films; released by Cinecom Pictures. At Cinema 1, Third Avenue at 60th Street. Running time: 108 minutes. This film is rated R. Steve... Peter Coyote; Jane... Greta Scacchi; Michael... Peter Riegert; Harry... John Berry; Bruno... Vincent Lindon; Pizani... Jean Pigozzi; Sam... Elia Katz; De Vitta... Constantin Alexandrov; Paolo... Michele Melega; Dr. Sandro... Jean-Claude de Goros ; Julia... Claudia Cardinale; Susan... Jamie Lee Curtis.

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The Camels are Coming DVD

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  • Actors: JACK HULBERT, ANNA LEE, HARTLEY POWER
  • Directors: TIM WHELAN
  • Producers: ROBERT STEVENSON
  • Format: PAL
  • Classification: U
  •       Run Time: 72 minutes

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