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Miss Polly decides to spend a few months with her wealthy spinster aunt as a traveling companion. Read More »
A London police inspector is patrolling the river looking for smugglers, when he becomes attracted to a woman working as a ship’s radio operator. Read More »
The right of every individual to be different from his fellow men is the theme behind this internationally-hailed, British production. Read More »
House of Secrets (1956) Guy Green, Michael Craig, Anton Diffring, Gérard Oury, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Ship’s officer Larry Ellis is asked by the CIA to help infiltrate a forgery ring in France as he is almost a double for a dead double-crossing gold courier who worked for the gang. Read More »
A flying boat has to ditch off an island in the Pacific. Along with the injured owner-pilot the passengers include a policeman and his smuggler prisoner Read More »
Light in the Piazza (1962) Guy Green, Olivia de Havilland, George Hamilton, Yvette Mimieux, Drama, Romance
Upper class Americans Noel and Meg Johnson have a twenty-six year old daughter named Clara Johnson. Clara suffered a head injury as a child which resulted in her being mentally disabled. Read More »
The Snorkel (1958) Guy Green, Peter van Eyck, Betta St. John, Mandy Miller, Crime, Mystery, Thriller, Horror
Paul Decker murders his wife in her Italian villa by drugging her milk and asphyxiating her by gas. Read More »
Lost / Tears for Simon (1956) Guy Green, David Farrar, David Knight, Julia Arnall, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
An 18 month old baby disappears in London. Detective Inspector Craig tries to find the child but there aren’t many clues. Read More »
An English teacher arrives on a sleepy Greek island to take up a vacant teaching post. The last man to hold the post committed suicide under mysterious circumstances. Slowly but surely, he is drawn into a bizarre game engineered by a reclusive local magician. The deeper into the game he is drawn, the more he senses danger… yet cannot seem to untangle himself from the fascinating and compelling influence that the game is having on his mind.
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Luther compresses nearly two decades into a provocative character study that parallels Martin Luther’s deepening religious dilemmas with the irresolvable earthly anxieties that shaped his beliefs and his rebellious search for truth. We’re introduced to Luther as a young monk in 1506, as he defends his vows to his jealous and disapproving father (Patrick McGee). But as Luther’s religious commitment deepens, his faith in an increasingly commercialized, politicized, and spiritually empty Papacy atrophies until, having preached against the medieval Catholic Church’s hypocrisy, he is called to account by the very bishops he must denounce.
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Libby Meredith and her husband Roger, a college professor, have a quiet, comfortable marriage. They journey to the Great Smoky Mountain region of Tennessee, where Roger will spend his sabbatical year writing a book. Their neighbor, an unhappily married mountain man falls in love with Libby at first sight. Although plagued by guilt, Libby cannot deny the sudden, overwhelming passion and exuberance she feels as a result of the mountain man’s confession of love. Their brief, idyllic infatuation is interrupted by sudden violence.
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