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Before Silence of the Lambs, before Red Dragon, Hannibal Lecter was a brilliant psychiatrist in the employ of the FBI. His task: to help an unusually gifted criminal profiler, Will Graham, who is haunted by his ability to see into the minds of serial killers.
After a particularly grueling case hunting a serial killer known as the Minnesota Shrike, Will Graham threatens to walk away. Jack Crawford, the head of the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit, desperately needs Will on his team to break the tough cases, so he enlists Dr. Hannibal Lecter, to ensure Will's mental well-being. Unbeknownst to Will, Hannibal also has a particular insight into these horrible crimes and the psychopaths who commit them.
As Will hunts down brutal killers, he is unknowingly sitting across from the most gifted killer of them all.
The second season of the hit drama that examines the early relationship between FBI profiler Will Graham and eminent psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter.
After being sworn in by Jack Crawford, the head of the FBI Behavioral Science Unit, to help capture a serial killer who is on the rampage, Will finds himself increasingly struggling to control his thought processes that inform his uncanny ability to empathise with serial killers. When damning evidence shows up at the FBI that implicates Will in a string of grisly murders he is immediately placed under the care of the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane.
As Will tries to assure Jack of his innocence he also attempts to convince him of the identity of the real killer...
A werewolf tale from the producers of Underworld, Blood & Chocolate tells the tale of Vivian, a young teenage girl who must choose between her love lor a young artist and loyalty to her werewolf lineage.
Others may have secrets, but none as extraordinary as Vivian. One of the last of her kind, she comes from a line of loup garoux, shape shifters able to transform into the form of both man and wolf at will.
When Vivian's affections for a visiting artist threaten to reveal her family's secret society, she must decide whether to prove her allegiance to their secret vows or follow her heart and betray them all.
Laura Linney returns in her Golden Globe-winning role as Cathy Jamison in the second season of The Big C.
Following the medical diagnosis that rocked her safe world, Cathy finally shares the news with her family and decides to pursue experimental treatment.
She quickly bonds with her fellow patient, Lee but isn’t so sure about her new doctor.
This inspirational and bravely funny second season celebrates a life worth fighting for.
Helen Mirren stars as Elizabeth I in the two-part Channel 4 drama written by Nigel Williams. The drama portrays 'The Virgin Queen' in her later years, exposing the conflict between her sense of duty and the instincts of her heart, her doomed affair with the Earl of Essex and the struggles of a powerful, independent woman battling to survive in a male dominated world.
Romantic comedy based on the novels 'Confessions of a Shopaholic' and 'Shopaholic Takes Manhattan' by Sophie Kinsella. Isla Fisher stars as Rebecca Bloomwood, a young woman with a dangerously unhealthy obsession with shopping which has left her heavily in debt. After several failed attempts to cut back on her spending, she eventually gets a job (rather ironically) as a financial advisor for a magazine. Rebecca becomes famous almost overnight after writing a popular article about shoes, and uses her new-found celebrity to help solve her own financial problems. In the meantime, she begins a romantic relationship with wealthy entrepreneur, Luke (Hugh Dancy).
All 13 episodes from the second season of the US TV drama that examines the early relationship between FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and eminent psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). After being sworn in by Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne), the head of the FBI Behavioral Science Unit, to help capture a serial killer who is on the rampage, Will finds himself increasingly struggling to control his thought processes that inform his uncanny ability to empathise with serial killers. When damning evidence shows up at the FBI that implicates Will in a string of grisly murders he is immediately placed under the care of the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane. As Will tries to assure Jack of his innocence he also attempts to convince him of the identity of the real killer. The episodes are: 'Kaiseki', 'Sakizuki', 'Hassun', 'Takiawase', 'Mukozuke', 'Futamono', 'Yakimono', 'Su-zakana', 'Shiizakana', 'Naka-Choko', 'Ko No Mono', 'Tome-wan' and 'Mizumono'.
Joe Connor has come to teach in Rwanda during his ‘gap’ year because he believes he can make a difference. When the school becomes a haven for thousands of Rwandans fleeing the genocide, Joe promises his brightest pupil, Marie, that the UN soldiers will protect her from the hordes of extremist militia baying for blood outside the school.
But when the UN abandon the refugees, Joe and the school’s headmaster, Father Christopher, face an agonising dilemma: should they leave or should they stand firm with the Rwandans. As the UN trucks force their way through the terrified refugees, Joe stares at the tear-stained face of Marie: what should he do? What would you do?
Based on real events and filmed at the actual location where this story took place, Shooting Dogs is an emotionally gripping, authentic and powerful recreation of a tragic real life story that took place during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. A number of Rwandan survivors of the genocide were involved in the making the film as actors and crew members.
Sam Worthington and Hugh Dancy star in this two-part Australian war drama centred on the Gallipoli Campaign. The drama follows journalists Charles Bean (Joel Jackson), Ellis Ashmead Bartlett (Dancy) and Phillip Schuler (Worthington) as they arrive in Gallipoli in 1915. They are sent in with the Allied troops to report on the war first-hand but the correspondents encounter obstacles in their mission to accurately report the escalating conflict.
Harrowing drama set during the Rwandan genocide in 1994.
Joe Connor (Hugh Dancy) is a British schoolteacher who takes up a teaching post and arrives in the Rwandan capital just as ethnic and tribal tensions start to increase between the Hutu and Tutsi groups. As the growing tensions starts to spill into the corridors of his school, Joe strikes up a friendship with Catholic priest Father Christopher (John Hurt), who has come to the country as a missionary.
When violence erupts in the country, Joe's school becomes the base for a Belgian peacekeeping force, and along with Father Christopher, Joe decides to remain behind and use the school as a refuge for the persecuted Tutsis - until the Belgian soldiers leave, and they are all put in terrible danger.
The full-blooded version of the big-budget action adventure based on the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The film, directed by Antoine Fuqua, attempts to place King Arthur within the historical context of his time (around 500 AD), and take into account many more historical and political facts of the era than previous interpretations of the legend. It also dispenses with much of the magic and fantasy that have shrouded events of the period, although Merlin (Stephen Dillane) does feature as a shaman who used his powers against the Romans. Clive Owen stars as Arthur, who, as England falls into chaos after the fall of the Roman Empire, gathers around him a band of brave knights, including Lancelot (Ioan Gruffudd), Galahad (Hugh Dancy) and Gawain (Joel Edgerton), who hope to defeat the invading Saxon armies and restore peace and order to their country. Keira Knightley co-stars as Guinevere.
All 13 episodes from the first season of the US TV drama that examines the early relationship between up-and-coming FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and eminent psychiatrist, Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). Happily spending his days lecturing at the FBI academy, Will finds himself called in by Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne), the head of the FBI Behavioral Science Unit, to help capture a serial killer who is on the rampage. Suffering from Asperger's Syndrome, Will struggles to control the thought processes that inform his uncanny ability to empathise with serial killers, a 'gift' which causes him no small discomfort. In an effort to ease some of the pressure on the young investigator his superiors decide to enlist the help of the renowned forensic psychiatrist, Hannibal Lecter, a move which has grisly implications for all concerned. The episodes are: 'Apéritif', 'Amuse-Bouche', 'Potage', 'Oeuf', 'Coquilles', 'Entrée', 'Sorbet', 'Fromage', 'Trou Normand', 'Buffet Froid', 'Rôti', 'Relevés' and 'Savoureux'.
George and Annie explore the galaxy in this cosmic adventure from Stephen Hawking and Lucy Hawking, complete with essays from Professor Hawking about the latest in space travel. George is heartbroken when he learns that his friend Annie and her father are moving to the US. Eric has a new job working for the space program, looking for signs of life in the Universe. Eric leaves George with a gift--a book called The User's Guide to the Universe. But Annie and Eric haven't been gone for very long when Annie believes that she is being contacted by aliens, who have a terrible warning for her. George joins her in the US to help her with her quest--and before he knows it, he, Annie, Cosmos, and Annie's annoying cousin Emmett have been swept up in a cosmic treasure hunt, spanning the whole galaxy and beyond. Lucy Hawking's own experiences in zero-gravity flight and interviews with astronauts at Cape Kennedy and the Johnson Space Center lend the book a sense of realism and excitement that is sure to fire up imaginations. The book includes essays written by Professor Hawking and his colleagues, in which they provide the latest thoughts on space travel.
From the International Number 1 Bestselling Author of the DCI Ryan Mysteries. After an elite criminal profiling unit is shut down amid a storm of scandal and mismanagement, only one person emerges unscathed. Forensic psychiatrist Doctor Alexander Gregory has a reputation for being able to step inside the darkest minds to uncover whatever secrets lie hidden there and, soon enough, he finds himself drawn into the murky world of murder investigation. In the beautiful hills of County Mayo, Ireland, a killer is on the loose. Panic has a stranglehold on its rural community and the Garda are running out of time. Gregory has sworn to follow a quiet life but, when the call comes, can he refuse to help their desperate search for justice? Murder and mystery are peppered with dark humour in this fast-paced thriller set amidst the spectacular Irish landscape. LJ Ross is a self-published literary sensation whose books have sold over 4 million copies in paperback, ebook and audio. We are proud to bring her work to libraries for the first time.
From the International Number 1 Bestselling Author of the DCI Ryan Mysteries. LJ Ross is a self-published literary sensation whose books have sold over 4 million copies in paperback, ebook and audio. We are proud to bring her work to libraries for the first time.
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