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Imagine John Lennon's childhood. Liverpool 1955: a smart and troubled fifteen year-old is hungry for experience. In a family full of secrets, two incredible women clash over John: Mimi, the buttoned-up Aunt who raised him, and Julia, the prodigal mother. Yearning for a normal family, John escapes into the new and exciting world of rock n' roll where his fledgling genius finds a kindred spirit in the teenage Paul McCartney. Just as John begins his new life, tragedy strikes. But a resilient young man finds his voice - and an icon explodes into the world.
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Frank Gallagher introduces the rest of the zany cast of characters.
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Author Leo Tolstoy is determined to rid his life of material things, including assigning the rights to his books to the Russian people - but his lusty, aristocratic wife has other plans in this energetic drama. With Paul Giamatti.
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From the producers of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy comes a riveting and suspenseful mystery starring Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall. A high-profile terrorism case unexpectedly brings two exceptional lawyers (Bana and Hall) with a romantic past together on the defense team. They soon realize they’ve stepped into a dangerous web of cover-ups and lies, and their knowledge of the government’s top-secret classified evidence has put their reputations and lives at stake. Co-starring Ciarán Hinds, Julia Stiles and Jim Broadbent, it’s a non-stop, heart-racing guessing game that critics call “an entertaining conspiracy thriller.” (Jocelyn Noveck, Associated Press)
Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall star in this conspiracy thriller about two lawyers whose knowledge of top-secret classified evidence puts their reputations and lives at stake.
In the international suspense thriller "Closed Circuit," a high-profile terrorism case unexpectedly binds together two ex-lovers on the defense team - testing the limits of their loyalties and placing their lives in jeopardy.
After almost fifty years of marriage, the Countess Sofya (Helen Mirren), Leo Tolstoy’s (Christopher Plummer) devoted wife, passionate lover, muse and secretary—she’s copied out War and Peace six times…by hand!—suddenly finds her entire world turned upside down. In the name of his newly created religion, the great Russian novelist has renounced his noble title, his property and even his family in favor of poverty, vegetarianism and even celibacy. After she’s born him thirteen children! When Sofya then discovers that Tolstoy’s trusted disciple, Chertkov (Paul Giamatti)—whom she despises—may have secretly convinced her husband to sign a new will, leaving the rights to his iconic novels to the Russian people rather than his very own family, she is consumed by righteous outrage. This is the last straw. Using every bit of cunning, every trick of seduction in her considerable arsenal, she fights fiercely for what she believes is rightfully hers. The more extreme her behavior becomes, however, the more easily Chertkov is able to persuade Tolstoy of the damage she will do to his glorious legacy. Into this minefield wanders Tolstoy’s worshipful new assistant, the young, gullible Valentin (James McAvoy). In no time, he becomes a pawn, first of the scheming Chertkov and then of the wounded, vengeful Sofya as each plots to undermine the other’s gains. Complicating Valentin’s life even further is the overwhelming passion he feels for the beautiful, spirited Masha (Kerry Condon), a free thinking adherent of Tolstoy’s new religion whose unconventional attitudes about sex and love both compel and confuse him. Infatuated with Tolstoy’s notions of ideal love, but mystified by the Tolstoys’ rich and turbulent marriage, Valentin is ill equipped to deal with the complications of love in the real world. A tale of two romances, one beginning, one near its end, The Last Station is a complex, funny, rich and emotional story about the difficulty of living with love and the impossibility of living without it.
Ten-year-old Edward lives in his family-run retirement home. While his mother struggles to keep the family business afloat and his father copes with the onset of a mid-life crisis, Edward leads an increasingly lonely existence until he meets Clarence (Michael Caine), a retired magician and grieving widower, who refuses to give in gracefully to old age. The two strike up an unlikely friendship which helps them both remember that magic is possible when life is lived to its fullest.
Imagine... John Lennon's childhood. Liverpool, 1955: a smart and troubled fifteen-year-old is hungry for experience. In a family full of secrets, two incredible women clash over John (Aaron Johnson): Mimi (Kristin Scott Thomas), the buttoned-up aunt who raised him, and Julia (Anne-Marie Duff), the prodigal mother. Yearning for a normal family, John escapes into the new and exciting world of rock 'n' roll where his fledgling genius finds a kindred spirit in the teenage Paul McCartney (Thomas Brodie Sangster). Just as John begins his new life, tragedy strikes. But a resilient young man finds his voice - and an icon explodes into the world.
Raised by his aunt since he was a young boy, charismatic John Lennon is suddenly reunited with his mother, Julia, which ignites a bitter battle.
Academy Award? winner Helen Mirren (Best Actress, The Queen, 2006) and Christopher Plummer star in this compelling look at the final days of literary icon Leo Tolstoy. Having renounced his title and property, Tolstoy makes plans to donate his royalties to the Russian people, supported by his trusted disciple Chertkov (Paul Giamatti). Tolstoy?s outraged wife wages a one-woman war to challenge he...
Liverpool, 1955: a smart and troubled fifteen-year-old John Lennon is hungry for experience. In a family full of secrets and tragedy, two incredible women clash over John, who escapes into the new and exciting world of rock 'n' roll, where he finds his voice - and an icon explodes into the world.
It seems Chatsworth may never be the same again when Mimi announces her plans to retire and move to Wilmslow to dedicate her life to charity. Is this the end of the Maguire's? And will a reluctant Billy be joining her?
Tired of being the "village idiot", Billy decides to get a job as a security salesman to earn Mimi and the locals respect. Meanwhile, Esther is shocked when she discovers Thalia is a bully. Lillian takes a lonely Stella under her wing as Frank neglets her
Frank is shocked when he boards a bus only to be reunited with his eldest son, Lip, and grandaughter Katie. However, it is not a pleasant reunion between father and son as it soon becomes clear that Lip is living in the area...
Aiden is once again in trouble with the law. Sentenced to community service, Aiden is forced to care for an OAP called Stanton but something sad happens. Meanwhile Thalia, is becoming increasingly irriated by her mother's friendship with Frank.
Despite being the final series, Series 11 will see the introduction of some new characters as Jamie Maguire discovers he is not a full Maguire and introduces the Chatsworth to his Muslim half brother Kassi and his Jewish culinary obsessed wife Esther.
Jamie finds that he and Kassi are more alike than he realized when his new brother's house is raided by the police. Kassi refuses to explain but does request Jamie a place in Chatsworth for his family to live.
Lillian asks Kelly to retrieve her savings (stashed in a railway station locker) to keep it from the police. Lillian thinks there is only £3000, as she never counts it, but when Kelly finds more than double that amount she must choose between the two...
At the front, Christopher takes over from a commanding officer who suffers from shell shock and a drinking problem. After General Campion arrives to take over his command, Christopher convalesces and is sent home, where Sylvia--now ensconced at Groby--makes a last-ditch attempt to keep her husband from building a future with Valentine.
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In Rouen, Christopher prepares recruits for battle. Bored in London, Sylvia decides to visit her husband in France, oblivious to the consequences. Christopher's leniency towards a soldier accused of desertion angers the chief of military police. Following a confrontation outside Sylvia's hotel room, Christopher is ordered to leave Campion's training unit--for the front.
As Christopher recovers from shell shock in France, a round of vicious rumors leads to a shocking tragedy at Groby, his family home. Sylvia finds a new admirer, Brownlie; Edith and Macmaster plan a new life together; Valentine, whose family has been stigmatized, secures a London teaching job, but falls out of favor with the social-climbing Edith.
Ends 12/31/14. In Rouen, Christopher prepares recruits for battle. Bored in London, Sylvia decides to visit her husband in France, oblivious to the consequences. Christopher's leniency towards a soldier accused of desertion angers the chief of military police. Following a confrontation outside Sylvia's hotel room, Christopher is ordered to leave Campion's training unit--for the front.
Ends 12/31/14. As Christopher recovers from shell shock in France, a round of vicious rumors leads to a shocking tragedy at Groby, his family home. Sylvia finds a new admirer, Brownlie; Edith and Macmaster plan a new life together; Valentine, whose family has been stigmatized, secures a London teaching job, but falls out of favor with the social-climbing Edith.