Mine Own Executioner Blu Ray

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With compelling sympathetic performances from double Oscar nominee Burgess Meredith and accomplished Irish actor Kieron Moore this powerful psychological drama shows the almost super-human demands of a profession that ranks amongst the most challenging. Adapted from his own novel by BAFTA-winning author and screenwriter Nigel Balchin Mine Own Executioner is presented in a brand-new High Definition transfer from the original film elements. Meredith stars as Felix Milne a lay psychiatrist in post-war London who is enlisted to treat Adam Lucian a fighter pilot deeply... traumatised by his experiences in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Beleaguered by emotional problems of his own Milne embodies the mixture of dedication self-distrust and self-criticism that characterises someone with a genuine vocation for the psychiatrist's work; but is he qualified to treat a patient as disturbed and potentially destructive as Adam? Special Features: Image Gallery Promotional Material PDFs [show more]

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09 March 2015
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Anthony Kimmins directs this classic British drama. Burgess Meredith stars as Felix Milne, a psychiatrist whose latest patient is Adam Lucian (Kieron Moore), a fighter pilot who has recently returned from combat deeply traumatised from his experiences in a Japanese POW camp. As Milne gets to know Lucien and learns more about his ordeal, he begins to wonder if he is out of his depth with this particular case...

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