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Director Miranda Bowen
The Last Post | DVD | (13/11/2017)
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Aden, 1965. The men of the British Royal Military Police are battling a fierce insurgency. Tensions are heightened in the heat of the desert; any lapse in luck or judgement means death. But life and love must continue. The ?60s are starting to swing: sexual liberation, seductive new music and outrageous fashions have hit the sun loungers of the glamorous BP Club. Isolated in this unknown country, nothing is certain, and relationships are tested as pressure and passions intensify. This bitter war brings danger and betrayal, and will question the code these dedicated soldiers live by.
Women in Love | DVD | (11/04/2011)
from £7.95 | Saving you £12.04 (60.20%) | RRP
Rosamund Pike stars in this two-part BBC drama based on two novels by DH Lawrence The Rainbow and Women in Love. The drama charts the lives and loves of two sisters sculptress Gudrun (Pike) and teacher Ursula (Rachael Stirling) and in particular their relationships with two men from opposite sides of the social divide: Rupert Birkin (Rory Kinnear) and Gerald Crich (Mawle). As the relationships deepen and intensify the couples leave the Midlands and go abroad together a decision that brings tragic consequences.
Cast Offs | DVD | (14/12/2009)
from £5.75 | Saving you £13.34 (66.70%) | RRP
Two (fictional) producers dream up the idea of placing six disabled people on a deserted island in a misguided hunger for good telly ratings. The series as such takes the form of a faux documentary; six hours six characters - each episode will focus on one. As the Cast Offs struggle to overcome the challenges presented by living on the island so we learn who they are through 'flashbacks' to the year leading up to the marooning during which time in the fictional reality presented by the series the six Cast Offs were followed by documentary crews. The stories will always be darkly comic poignant and sometimes surreal but also give us opportunity to address some of the many misconceptions about disabled people.