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Keeley Hawes: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows
Line of Duty - Series 1-4 | DVD | (08/05/2017)
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SERIES ONE: Lives and careers are on the line in this thrilling police anti-corruption drama following the investigation into DCI Tony Gates (Lennie James). Gina McKee, Vicky McClure, Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar, Craig Parkinson and Neil Morrissey also star. SERIES TWO: When a police convoy is fatally ambushed, AC-12 pursue the sole surviving officer, DI Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes). Cast also includes Vicky McClure, Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar, Craig Parkinson, Neil Morrissey, Mark Bonnar and Jessica Raine. SERIES THREE: When Firearms Officer Sergeant Danny Waldron (Daniel Mays) shoots dead a hardened criminal, AC-12 suspect foul play. Also starring Vicky McClure, Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar, Craig Parkinson, Neil Morrissey, Leanne Best, Arsher Ali and Will Mellor. SERIES FOUR: When DCI Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton) captures a serial killer, the chief forensic investigator (Jason Watkins) alerts AC-12 to a possible miscarriage of justice. The cast also includes Vicky McClure, Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston.
Line Of Duty: Series 1-3 | DVD | (02/05/2016)
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All three series of the hard-hitting, fast-paced thriller delving into the murky world of police corruption. Series One: When a counterterrorism raid goes tragically wrong, Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott refuses to participate in a cover-up. Ostracised by colleagues, he transfers to an anticorruption unit, AC-12, that's in the process of investigating one of the Force's most respected officers, Detective Chief Inspector Tony Gates. Not only has Gates just been awarded Officer of the Year, his squad has returned the best crime figures for three consecutive years. But can anyone really be that good? Arnott and Gates become embroiled in a game of cat-and-mouse. Every time Gates seems cornered, he finds a way to turn the tables still believing he can save himself, if only he can prove his innocence. But all the time he's digging a bigger hole and plunging irrevocably into a moral abyss. And the stakes keep getting higher. Soon it isn't just careers on the line it's lives. Series Two: When a top secret police convoy is ambushed police officers are killed and a protected witness is seriously injured the sole surviving police officer is DI Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes). Convinced of an inside job the case is assigned to AC-12. DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compson), DC Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) are joined by DC Georgia Trotman (Jessica Raine) and as twists and turns abound the team become increasingly suspicious that their most valuable witness could be their prime suspect. Series Three: When AC-12 are called in, DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) clashes with Danny, and it's left to DC Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) to investigate undercover. As the inquiry intensifies, Supt. Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) begins to suspect the case is linked to AC-12's past and a possible traitor in their midst.
Tipping the Velvet | DVD | (28/10/2002)
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Screenwriter Andrew Davies describes Tipping the Velvet, his adaptation of Sarah Waters's acclaimed novel of lesbian love, betrayal and redemption in Victorian England, as "Pride and Prejudice with dirty bits". This three-part BBC production chronicles with relish the story of Nan Astley (Rachael Stirling, the ravishing image of her mother, Diana Rigg), barely 18, and certain that life holds more for her than her oyster girl's existence. "You'll meet someone who'll have your head spinning and your legs turning to jelly", her sister promises. That someone surprisingly turns out to be "gay and bold" Kitty Butler (Keeley Hawes), a music-hall entertainer with whom Nan falls instantly, and swooningly, in love. Nan follows her to London, where, as a double act, they become the toast of London, until Kitty's "marriage of convenience" breaks up the act and Nan's heart. The outcast Nan, decked out in Victor/Victoria duds, becomes a streetwalker, and then "tart" to the aptly named Diana Leatherby (Anna Chancellor). This affair, too, comes to "a bad end" as a destitute Nan is deposited back on the streets, where she insinuates herself into the lives of Florence (Jodhi May), a social worker, and her socialist brother. Is Nan "too spoiled and stained for love"? Will she risk her blossoming relationship with Florence when Kitty inevitably returns to rekindle their affair? Nan's couplings, while tastefully done, do carry what Waters calls "a queer erotic charge". They are graphic by BBC standards. But the sterling writing and performances will captivate even the most sensitive viewers, making this groundbreaking mini-series, to quote one character, "a delightful evening... a rare treat". --Donald Liebenson
Spooks: Season 1 | DVD | (16/06/2003)
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John Le Carre for the internet generation, Spooks is a smart combination of TV cop show and George Smiley-esque espionage shenanigans that pulls no punches in its depiction of an MI5 team fighting a covert war on the streets of London. This is adult, post-watershed drama clearly inspired by the hard-hitting reality style of US shows such as 24 and The Sopranos. The strong ensemble cast is led by charismatic Matthew MacFadyen as Tom Quinn, star spy of "Section B", the counter-terrorism branch headed by Harry Pearce (Peter Firth). Keeley Hawes, David Oyelowo and tough-cookie Jenny Agutter make up the team. And as with its British predecessors, Cracker and Prime Suspect, Spooks also delves fearlessly into the characters' turbulent personal lives, here given an added twist by their constant need to deceive even those they love. The six episodes of the BAFTA Award-winning Series 1 tackle a variety of tough issues, including religious fanaticism, racism, governmental cover-ups and, naturally enough, the lingering shadow of Irish terrorism. Throughout, the show strikes a fine balance between a James Bondian techno-obsession with spy gadgets and more character-based action, with crisp writing and pacey direction that ratchets up the tension a notch further with every episode. The final cliffhanger is an unforgettable TV moment, and one that leaves viewers agog for Series 2. On the DVD: Spooks, Series 1 is cleverly presented in a three-disc set with specially filmed "cut scenes" instead of a standard menu: interact with the mysterious office intruder to select the different options: interviews, behind-the-scenes documentaries, deleted scenes, character profiles, audio commentaries and more. It's a neat idea, though one that may outstay its welcome after repeated viewings; fortunately it's possible to skip the opening sequence using the chapter forward button and move directly to the main "desk menu". --Mark Walker
The Missing: Series 2 | DVD | (26/12/2016)
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When a young woman walks back into the town she was abducted from 11 years previously, it is revealed that she holds vital clues about another missing girl. French detective, Julien Baptiste, becomes embroiled in the mystery when he races across Europe to pursue a 12 year-old case. The Missing II dramatizes a thrilling chase for a missing girl, whilst exploring the truth of what happens when a missing child returns.
The Durrells Series 2 | DVD | (29/05/2017)
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This charming and hugely popular series returns to follow the further adventures of the eccentric Durrell family as they embrace life on a gorgeous Greek island. The Durrells is based on Gerald Durrell's trilogy of Corfu novels and this latest series sees sparky English widow Louisa and her brood continue to put down roots in their dilapidated rented house, alongside an ever-increasing menagerie of animals brought home by youngest son Gerry.
The Missing: Series 1 & 2 | DVD | (26/12/2016)
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This DVD boxset showcases both series one and two of the intriguing, gut wrenching series The Missing, starring Tcheky Karyo. Series 1 One moment there's a hand in yours and the next moment it's gone. For Tony Hughes, the emptiness of those seconds that turn into panic-stricken minutes, then weeks, then years, it is a moment he cannot forget and now he can never let go. What happened to Tony and Emily's son Oliver when they holidayed in France? Was he lost? Kidnapped? Trafficked? Murdered? The not-knowing haunts them, tears at them, shreds their marriage. And while Emily tries to move on, Tony can only go back to that day, to that place and try to find his son... try and find the truth. Set in England and France over eight years, The Missing follows Tony and Emily's story along with the French police grappling with a small town and a way of life overturned by events as they witness a man out of control, out for the truth, out for some kind of justice. In a world full of hope and despair, passion and injustice how far will one man go to ease the pain inside? The answer lies in The Missing. Series 2 A young British woman stumbles through the streets of her German hometown and collapses. Her name is Alice Webster, and she has been missing for 11 years. Alice's return sends shockwaves through the small community of Eckhausen, especially when it is revealed that she may hold vital clues to the whereabouts of another missing girl. Told simultaneously over two timeframes, the series follows Alice's family as they are thrown back into a turmoil that threatens to tear them apart at the seams. French missing persons detective, Julien Baptiste, becomes embroiled in the mystery as he races across Europe to pursue a 12 year-old case that he never let die. Through a gripping puzzle of twists and turns, The Missing Series 2 explores the emotional complexity of what happens when a missing child returns, as well as tracing a thrilling chase for a missing girl who is yet to be found.
The Bank Job | DVD | (30/06/2008)
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The Bank Job is a highly-charged heist thriller based upon the infamous 1971 robbery that took place at the Lloyds Bank in Marylebone London. Starring Jason Stantham as Terry a car dealer with a dodgy past and Saffron Burrows as Martine the woman with the plan The Bank Job interweaves corruption murder and scandel with 1970's England! When Martine offers Terry a lead on a foolproof bank hit on London's Baker Street he recognizes the opportunity of a lifetime! The plan: to target a roomful of safe deposit boxes worth millions in cash and jewelry. However Terry and his crew don't realize the boxes also contain a treasure trove of dirty secrets - secrets that will thrust them into a deadly web of corruption and illicit scandal that spans London's criminal underworld the highest echelons of the British government and the Royal Family itself
A Is For Acid | DVD | (15/07/2013)
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Martin Clunes and Keeley Hawes star in this made-for-TV crime drama based on the true story of the 1940s serial killer John George Haigh. After mistakenly believing a Latin term to mean that murder can only be proven with the evidence of a body, Haigh (Clunes) discovers a way to get rid of potential victims by using sulphuric acid. He first kills his friend, Donald McSwan (Neil McKinven), in order to assume control of his business, but in order to increase his finances Haigh takes a number of...
Line of Duty Series 2 | DVD | (24/03/2014)
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Line of Duty returns for a second series featuring a new police corruption story told over six one-hour episodes. The series opens explosively with the ambush of a police convoy in which three police officers are killed and a protected witness seriously injured. The sole surviving police officer is Detective Inspector Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes). Deputy Chief Constable Mike Dryden (Mark Bonnar) takes personal charge assigning AC-12 to the case. Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) Detective Constable Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) are joined by newly-appointed Detective Constable Georgia Trotman (Jessica Raine) to investigate a complex case rich in unexpected twists and turns.
Spooks - Series 1 - Complete | DVD | (28/02/2011)
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Who Watches the Watchers? MI5. The Spooks. They don't exist. You will never know their names where they come from who they are. And they're all that stand between you and those who watch this country with terror on their minds. This release features all 6 episodes from Season One of the BBC drama 'Spooks'.
A Cock And Bull Story | DVD | (10/09/2007)
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Because everyone loves an accurate period piece! Director Michael Winterbottom is out to film the unfilmable novel: an adaptation of Laurence Sterne's sprawling 18th Century masterpiece of digression The Life And Opinions Of Tristram Shandy Gentleman. What begins as a seemingly straightforward attempt to recreate the frenetic novel - starring Steve Coogan as the title figure and Rob Brydon as his Uncle Toby - quickly derails into a behind-the-scenes document of the fil
After Thomas | DVD | (07/05/2007)
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A true story about a couple's struggles to meet the challenges of their son's autism.
Upstairs Downstairs - Complete Series 1 and 2 Box Set | DVD | (23/04/2012)
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One of the most loved television series of all time is brought back to life with a stellar cast and a story full of scandal, romance and intrigue set against a sweeping historical backdrop.Series One:1936. The house at 165 Eaton Place has stood empty since the Bellamy family sold it six years earlier. Now the doors are finally flung open by new owners, diplomat Sir Hallam, his wife Lady Agnes, and, back from the Raj, Maud, Lady Holland, his mother. With the arrival of Agnes's debutante sister, Lady Persie, the sumptuous home is ready to come to life.And who better than Rose, the house's former parlourmaid, to recruit the new staff? The new 'downstairs' family is as full of characters as its previous incarnation with the highly strung butler Mr Pritchard, cook Mrs Thackeray, chauffeur Harry Spargo and a vivacious and spirited young team.Soon both the elegant upstairs world and the downstairs staff have built their own labyrinth of secrets, lies and scandal, and as they feel the tremors of royal and political upheaval and the ominous threat of war, the house reverberates to the familiar sounds of rumour, excitement and dread...Series Two:Set in the year preceding World War Two, 165 Eaton Place reopens its doors and welcomes you back into the enthralling lives of its inhabitants, both upstairs and down. Now a wellestablished and thriving household in the heart of London, life in Eaton Place has moved on; Lady Agnes and Sir Hallam's family is complete with the addition of two small children and London has settled into an easy peace with the apparent aversion of war.But with both upstairs and downstairs harbouring life changing secrets and the menace of war creeping ever closer, the smooth running of Eaton Place threatens to come crashing to a shattering halt. And as romance, heartbreak and intrigue engulf the household, its inhabitants discover that the real threat is much closer to home...
Our Mutual Friend (Repackaged) | DVD | (23/01/2012)
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As the river flows silently through Victorian London, its dark waters bring with them a tale of crime and passion. And it’s on the banks of the Thames that the poor, but captivating Lizzy helps her father earn his unwholesome living. But they little suspect that the next body they recover will lead them to a world far removed from their own. A superficial world of dinner parties at the Veneerings and the aspirations of the Wilfers household. And as their lives weave with a multitude of characters, a complex story of love and money emerges with true Dickenson vision.
The Casual Vacancy | DVD | (15/06/2015)
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BBC One's adaptation of JK Rowling's best-selling novel The Casual Vacancy centres on the fictional and seemingly idyllic English village of Pagford. Behind the pretty facade, however, lies secrecy and scandal with a community at war. Chaos ensues in the town after the death of beloved Parish Councillor Barry Fairbrother, as the residents fight for the empty seat left on the council in the biggest battle the village has yet seen. Who will triumph in an election fraught with passion, duplicity and unexpected revelations? Major themes in this small screen version of Rowling's novel concern families, death, grief, poverty, addiction, prostitution, rape, village politics, allegiances and enmities. Starring Michael Gambon, Rory Kinnear and Keeley Hawes.
Death At A Funeral | DVD | (25/02/2008)
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On the morning of their father's funeral the family and friends of the deceased each arrive with his or her own roiling anxieties. Son Daniel (Matthew MacFadyen) knows he will have to face his flirty blow-hard famous-novelist brother Robert (Rupert Graves) who's just flown in from New York not to mention the promises of a new life he's made to his wife Jane (Keely Hawes). Meanwhile Daniel's cousin Martha (Daisy Donovan) and her dependable new fianc Simon (Alan Tudyk) are desperate to make a good impression on Martha's uptight father - a plan that literally goes out the window when Simon accidentally ingests a designer drug en route to the service leaving him prone to uncontrollable bouts of delirium and nudity in front of his potential in-laws. Then comes the real shocker: a mysterious guest (Peter Dinklage) who threatens to unveil an earth-shattering family secret. As riotous mayhem and unfortunate mishaps ensue on every front it is now up to the two brothers to hide the truth from their family and friends and figure out how to not only bury their dearly beloved but the secret he's been keeping.
Fungus The Bogeyman | DVD | (03/10/2016)
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Timothy Spall, Victoria Wood and Andy Serkis lead a stellar cast in the festive three-part adaptation of Raymond Briggs' classic children's tale of Fungus and his family. It's a tale of slimy monsters, dangerous humans and what happens when the things that go bump in the night move in next door. Darkness-dwelling Fungus, his beloved wife Mildew and son Mould are exiled to the surface. There, they encounter the ?Dry Cleaners' (as in drier and cleaner than Bogeymen) of Daventry and begin to wonder what their job of scaring people is all about. Then there's Wendy and Daryl Snow, who live on the surface with their daughter Lucy and wind up with Fungus and his family as their neighbours. Until now, life for the Snows has been relatively straightforward, but when the Bogeys move in next door things soon start to change. Also starring Joanna Scanlan, Keeley Hawes and Marc Warren.
The Durrells Series 1 & 2 | DVD | (29/05/2017)
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Finding their place in the sun A warm, funny, feel-good series about a family's adventures on a gorgeous Greek island when they uproot from their English home in the hope of a better life. Based on Gerald Durrell's much-loved Corfu trilogy of novels, The Durrells sees impoverished but sparky widow Louisa Durrell make the radical decision to seek out a new destiny for her family when her options in late 1930s England seem to be limited to struggling on or marrying a wealthy but dreary older man. Concerned that the lives of her four ?children', are heading down the wrong track, she relocates her reluctant brood to a dilapidated house in the Greek sun. This beautifully-shot series follows the family as they adjust to their new life, face a whole new set of challenges and meet new friends, rivals, lovers and animals.
The Durrells | DVD | (23/05/2016)
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A warm, funny, feel-good series about a family's adventures on a gorgeous Greek island when they uproot from their English home in the hope of a better life. Based on Gerald Durrell's much-loved Corfu trilogy of novels, The Durrells sees impoverished but sparky widow Louisa Durrell make the radical decision to seek out a new destiny for her family when her options in late 1930s England seem to be limited to struggling on or marrying a wealthy but dreary older man. Concerned that the lives of her four ?children', ranging in age from 11 to 21, are heading down the wrong track, she relocates her reluctant brood to a dilapidated house in the Greek sun. This beautifully-shot series follows the family as they adjust to their new life, face a whole new set of challenges and meet new friends, rivals, lovers and animals.