In the post-war, pre-Beatles London suburbs, a bright schoolgirl is torn between studying for a place at Oxford and the more exciting alternative offered to her by a
charismatic older man.
A 17-year-old girl meets an older man in 1960 London.
When Arthur Morrison was diagnosed with terminal cancer he had only a few weeks left to live. Morrison traveled to Yorkshire to stay with his mother in the village where he grew up. He visited his father at the hospital where he had spent so much time with his own patients as a GP. As his father's condition worsened Morrison contemplated their shared experiences, the intimacies and the irritations of their relationship. After his father's death Morrison questions the nature of the bond between them, articulately expressing the contradictions, frustrations, love and loss bound into the complicated relationships which most of us have with our parents as we grow up.
Three time Academy Award? Nominated Film. A coming-of-age story about a teenage girl in 1960s suburban London, and how her life changes with the arrival of a playboy nearly twice her age.
Based on the award-winning novel, When Did You Last See Your Father? is an unflinching exploration of a father/son relationship, as Blake Morrison deals with his father Arthur's terminal illness and imminent death. Blake's memories of everything funny, embarrassing and upsetting about his childhood and teens are interspersed with the present, as he struggles to come to terms with his father, a...
When Jenny (breakout star Carey Mulligan), a bright young school girl who longs for adulthood, meets David (Peter Sarsgaard), a dashing older man, he introduces her to his vibrant world of glamorous friends, chic jazz clubs and her own sexual awakening. Will she let this affair ruin her dreams of attending Oxford, as her headmistress (Emma Thompson) fears? This captivating film sparkles with wit, charm and style of 1960s Britain.
When Did You Last See Your Father? is an unflinching exploration of a father/son relationship, as Blake Morrison deals with his father Arthur's terminal illness and imminent death. Blake's memories of everything funny, embarrassing and upsetting about his childhood and teens are interspersed with the present, as he struggles to come to terms with his father, and their history of conflict.
The gang decides to build a fire engine to take on the new rich kid in the neighborhood. The adventure heats up as they find themselves racing down a precarious hill without brakes! You'll also see the Gang on a mission to find the magical Genie of the Lamp. Imagine their surprise when the wonderous Genie appears!
The truth behind Sam's death is revealed. Grace escapes from the hospital and, unable to get hold of Mitch, Grace turns to Wilson for help. Wilson explains that Max's arrest was staged and that Max grew up with another detective in OPD.
Grace is processed and interrogated for the murder of Max Laszlo. Meanwhile, Jimmy attempts to makes amends with Alec, but the relationship is beyond repair. Alec calls a meeting with Jimmy's crew. He informs the men that Jimmy knew Grace was a cop all along. Alec is taking over from his father, and asks the crew to join him.
Back at her apartment, while cleaning up from the fight with Max, Jimmy surprises Grace - he's drunk and depressed - he's ruined everything. The next morning, Jimmy is called down to the docks - they've found a burnt body, which he fears may belong one of his sons.
Grace manages to escape from Max who knows her real identity. Grace informs Mitch she needs to tell Jimmy that Max is the one moving against him. Mitch warns that could backfire.
Grace tells Tom he and Evie need to stay someplace else for a couple days. Although Grace won't tell him why, Tom suspects something is wrong. Tom decides to take Evie to stay at Shelley's place.
Jimmy and Grace go through Charlie's papers searching for a lead. Grace asks Mitch to run the serial numbers on money they find in Charlie's home. He discovers a link to a treasure agent, Michael Chen, who committed suicide five months earlier. Grace remembers she was supposed to meet with Chen around the time of his death - he never showed up.
Jimmy reprimands Alec for killing the two crew members. If he ever wants Jimmy's seat, he's going to have think through his actions more carefully. Grace questions Jimmy about the killing, he admits Alec was behind it.
The Laszlos feel the fallout from Alec's retaliation against Clay Street. The Chinese want blood or money, and the police want justice. Grace convinces Jimmy to take pre-emptive action by walking into the police station on his own volition and denying his family's involvement. Grace uses this distraction to steal cell phones from his crew and asks Mitch to run for location and call histories.
Grace Travis is a loving wife and mother and one of the Bay Area's best undercover detectives. She's been on loan with the Oakland Police Department for the past year working undercover as a fixer in Jimmy Laszlo's criminal organization. After her son, Sam, is killed in an apparent drive-by, Grace's life is shattered. When a connection emerges between the shooting and her police work, Grace resumes her undercover life inside Laszlo's organization.
Jimmy Laszlo has discovered Grace's true identity. While pleading for her life, Grace convinces Jimmy that there's a traitor in his own organization, and it's tied to her son's death. Jimmy investigates Grace's claims and confirms she's telling the truth about Sam.
Atrocities committed in the name of the Emperor have compelled Commander Jake Dinn to go AWOL. A career military officer, Dinn has intimate knowledge of codes, invasion plans and tactics of the great Imperial Navy. Flying into the Nosfera System, Dinn is ruthlessly pursued by Imperial Forces intent on bringing him to justice. Can a Jedi witch save him?
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