Anne And Muriel (1971)
Truffaut's second menage a trois movie... this time set in Wales.
The Blood Of Hussain (1980)
The annual mourning procession for the murdered Hussain, grandson of the prophet Muhammad, is the setting for an allegorical tale of revolutionary struggle against injustice and oppression
Franklyn (2008)
Futurisic thriller which paints a picture of London in which there is no separation between Church and State.
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: The Complete Second Series (2003)
Four whodunits for the aristocratic DI and his proletarian assistant.
Killing Me Softly (2002)
Heather Graham falls for Joseph Fiennes, who likes kinky sex and might have killed someone.
Outland (1981)
A Jupiter moon mining settlement's marshall discovers deaths at the outpost are linked to a drug.
Wonderland (1999)
Ensemble drama about the lifes and loves of the working class in London.
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