, 1h45 Réalisé parDavid Blair OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDrame, Guerre, Action, Historique ActeursIwan Rheon, Adrian Zaremba, Nicholas Farrell, Sam Hoare Note59% En 1940, le Royaume-Uni est le seul pays en Europe à être en état de lutter contre la souillure grandissante de l'empire nazi. Ses habitants nerveux se demandant ce que l'avenir réserve. Mais une poignée de personnes sur cette île assiégée ne sait que trop bien ce que sera le futur. Ils ont vu Varsovie brûler, la Pologne s'écrouler, la France capituler. Des hommes comme Jan Zumbach, Witold Urbanowicz, Miroslaw Feric et Tolo Lokuciewski, les pilotes de l'Armée de l'Air polonaise, qui savent que si la Luftwaffe n'est pas arrêtée, la Pologne, la Hollande et la France n'auront été que des hors-d'œuvres pour Hitler. Ils sont donc prêts à se battre si on leur confie des avions.
, 1h41 Réalisé parDavid Blair OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDrame, Horreur ActeursRobert Sheehan, Lily Cole, Joely Richardson, David O'Hara, Tamzin Merchant, Andrew Tiernan Note51% A child grows up loving his father who took his life when he was a child. After the father's death the child is shown to have the ability to see and talk with souls who have not "gone into the light". The souls beg him to help with talking to their loved ones and all three are shown tortured mentally until the task is completed. It is shown that as a child is in and out of psychiatric clinics and hospitals thru adulthood. In the end he saves a lady who tried to kill herself and finally the constable and sister believe it is true. The psychiatrist still will not put her professional career on the line and still believe it is only within his mind and not the connection to the lost soul who asked his help to save the lady's life. He is always blamed for events that happen badly while he is trying to help the lost soul. He is always putting himself at risk to help the lost souls, but is never really thanked by the lost souls. During the story it is revealed to him that his nephew, the son of his sister, also sees lost souls, but has never told to anyone but him. The nephew tells him about a lost soul he sees that drowned in the pool, though unclear about how long ago the drowning occurred. The story ends with the reappearance to the sister's child, his nephew, a ghost of a boy who drowned in the pool from a family who had occupied the home prior to the sister and her family moving in. At the same time, the sister is at her brother's home sees a newspaper clipping several years ago about the death of the boy in her swimming pool.
, 1h30 Réalisé parDavid Blair OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDrame, Policier ActeursMichelle Fairley, Nico Mirallegro, Michael Gambon, Susan Lynch, Daniel Mays, Jodhi May Note72% Johnjo O'Shea is an ordinary 17-year-old, with the exception that he is a hemophiliac. He is asked to give a few friends of his older brother a lift in his brother's car, so that they can visit a pizza takeaway. Johnjo is unaware that one of his passengers has been tipped off by a friend who runs that shift at the pizza place that an adversary is about to enter, and the real reason for wanting a lift is to get there quickly to confront him. One of the other boys starts an argument with a bystander (Tommy Ward), and stabs him, fatally. The drama then follows the police and legal procedures, as well as the conflicts between family members, the boys involved and the community. Although he and his family consider him to be an innocent bystander, he ends up in court charged as an accessory to murder, under the doctrine of common purpose, the "common" of the film's title, which may also make reference to the view that segments of society might take of the working class youths involved.
Réalisé parDavid Blair OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDrame, Science-fiction, Thriller, Comédie, Action ActeursTimothy Spall, Bobby Ball, Frances Barber, Aisling Loftus, Brendan O'Carroll, Alice Barry Note69% Taxi-driver Morris Morrissey (Bobby Ball) is the manager of Georgie Godwin (Timothy Spall), the self-styled 'Fattest Man In Britain'. Morrissey feeds Georgie who hasn't left his house and stays in watching Jeremy Kyle shows and programmes about distant places in the world, which he marks off on a globe. He relies on Morrissey and Janice (Frances Barber) to provide him with everything he needs to live. Georgie's garden is overgrown after 23 years of neglect, and Social Services send a community service worker to clean the garden, which Georgie is not too sure about. When the community service worker turns up, it is 18-year-old Amy (Aisling Loftus). While Amy pulls weeds, cuts the grass and hedge and plants flowers, Georgie watches her and tells Janice what she's done that day. One day while Amy is working in the garden, her boyfriend Joe turns up and shouts and pushes her. Seeing this, Georgie bangs on the window and Joe hurriedly leaves. Amy goes inside and Georgie offers her various types of chocolate but Amy says she is pregnant to which Georgie replies "If you're as good as a mother as you are with my garden, you're gonna be a great mum". One night while Morris and Janice are round Georgie's, Amy turns up with cuts on her face and says her drug addict boyfriend Joe kicked and punched her. Georgie says Amy can stay at his, in his Mum's old room. In return (and because she sees Georgie as a father figure), Amy cooks his dinner, cuts his hair and redecorates the house.
, 1h35 Réalisé parDavid Blair OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresHistorique, Romance ThèmesPolitique, Royauté ActeursOlivia Poulet, Laurence Fox, Andrea Riseborough, Peter Egan, Alexandra Moen, Richard Johnson Note54% In 1971, Camilla Shand (Olivia Poulet) meets Charles Windsor, The Prince of Wales (Laurence Fox) at a polo match. They get to know each other and begin dating. The relationship fizzles out when Charles travels overseas to join the Royal Navy in early 1973. Camilla immediately marries her ex-boyfriend Andrew Parker Bowles (Simon Wilson). Though Charles is hurt upon hearing about her marriage, they remain friends. Throughout their friendship Charles and Camilla hide their feelings for each other until 1979 when Lord Mountbatten (Richard Johnson) is murdered and Charles visits her more for emotional support. They re-ignite their romantic relationship during this period. Charles is now in his early 30s and his family and the British media begins calling him out to find a suitable bride. He meets Diana Spencer (Michelle Duncan) who the media falls in love with and they eventually get engaged. Although everyone is happy Charles is about to settle down, Charles and Camilla are not due to their feelings for each other, however, they end their relationship. The story ends with Charles and Camilla getting ready for his wedding in 1981, both looking grim while dressing up for the occasion.