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The Pillars Of The Earth/World Without End | DVD | (26/10/2015)
from £16.99 | Saving you £18.00 (51.40%) | RRP
The Pillars Of The Earth Based on the novel by Ken Follett and set in 12th Century England in the fictional town of Kingsbridge, this epic story revolves around the building of a cathedral and follows the lives of three men over 40 years as they each deal with politics, war, romance and personal ambition. World Without End A paid assassin is sent to murder a king. A mysterious knight flees to the countryside, hotly pursued by the Queen's men. Two teenagers witness an incident in the woods that will change the course of a nation. Ken Follett's worldwide bestseller, World Without End, comes to life as a monumental eight-hour event series.
The Pillars Of The Earth | DVD | (26/10/2015)
from £11.49 | Saving you £0.48 (4.00%) | RRP
Ken Follett's best-selling novel is brought to life in a star-studded and critically acclaimed eight-part miniseries! Emerging from the war-torn shadows of England's Dark Ages, an idealistic mason, Tom Builder (Rufus Sewell), sets out on a quest to erect a glorious cathedral bathed in light. But when that light threatens to illuminate the dark secrets of ambitious Bishop Waleran Bigod (Ian McShane) and the battling progeny of King Henry, Queen Maud (Alison Pill) and King Stephen (Tony Curran), they'll stop at nothing to keep those secrets safe!
Birdsong | DVD | (12/05/2014)
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Now stunningly repackaged to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the start of WWI. 50p from the sale of this DVD will be paid to Royal British Legion Trading Limited which gives its taxable profits to The Royal British Legion (Charity no. 219279) and Poppy Scotland (Scottish Charity No. SC014096). Based on the Sebastian Faulks novel and set in the First World War Birdsong follows the 20 year old hero Stephen Wraysford who finds his true love on a trip to Amiens. She's married and the wife of a wealthy textile baron. Wraysford convinces her to leave this life but things do not go according to plan. He is haunted by this doomed affair and carries it with him to the trenches of war. They endure many narrow escapes from the Nazis before they reach a sea port. Their attempted journey across the Channel is fraught with many dangers and an unexpected turn of events. Special Features: Featurette: War Story Love Story On Set
Like Minds | DVD | (30/03/2015)
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Forensic psychologist Sally Rowe is appointed by police to determine whether there's enough evidence to lay murder charges against 17 year old Alex accused in the shotgun death of his roommate Nigel. Sally begins to unravel the truth behind Nigel's..High achievers Alex and Nigel are reluctant roomates in a privileged public boarding school. In an attempt to understand Nigel;s peculiar behaviour (a morbid fascination with all things dead) Alex enters his macabre would and is drawn into a psychological game. Each boy vying to control the other's mind together they plunge headlong into a spellbinding world of dark secrets and deadly mind games. With no tangible evidence the detective on the case is under pressure from Alex's influential father to have the charges dropped. Delving deeply into Alex and Nigel's bizarre symbiotic pact Rowe discovers that though dead Nigel's psychological effect on Alex is far from diminished.
The Pillars of the Earth | DVD | (01/10/2012)
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<i>The Pillars Of The Earth</i> is set against a backdrop of war, religious strife and power struggles which tears lives and families apart. In that time, there rises a magnificent Cathedral in Kingsbridge. Against the backdrop, love-stories entwine: Tom, the master builder, Aliena, the noblewoman, the sadistic Lord William, Philip, the prior of Kingsbridge, Jack, the artist in stone work and Ellen, the woman from the forest who casts a curse. At once, this is a sensuous and enduring love sto...
Like Minds | DVD | (07/01/2008)
from £9.85 | Saving you £-0.17 (-1.10%) | RRP
A forensic psychologist Sally Rowe is appointed by police to determine whether there's enough evidence to lay murder charges against 17 year old Alex accused in the shotgun death of his school mate Nigel. With no tangible evidence the detective on the case is under pressure from Alex's influential father to have the charges dropped. Delving deeply into Alex and Nigel's bizarre symbiotic pact Rowe discovers that though dead Nigel's psychological effect on Alex is far from diminished.
Birdsong | DVD | (21/01/2013)
from £7.72 | Saving you £-12.38 (-61.90%) | RRP
Part one of the TV adaptation of Sebastian Faulks's best-selling novel, charting a doomed love story played out against the backdrop of WW1. In 1910 Englishman Stephen Wraysford (Eddie Redmayne) travels to Amiens, France to stay at the family home of wealthy factory owner Rene Azaire (Laurent Lafitte). While there, he begins a passionate affair with Rene's young wife, Isabelle (Clemence Poesy), eventually convincing her to leave her abusive husband for him. Years later, long after events have conspired to send them both their separate ways, Stephen, now witnessing the full horror of life on the Western Front, decides to make contact with the one woman he only ever loved.