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Comedy starring Uma Thurman. Rafi (Thurman) is a 37-year-old photographer who meets David (Bryan Greenberg), a 23-year-old painter fresh out of college. There's an instant attraction between them, but will the 14-year age gap prove insurmountable? And what about the demands of David's overbearing mother, Lisa (Meryl Streep), who also happens to be Rafi's therapist?
All thirteen episodes from the third series of the Mafia family saga. In 'Mr Ruggerio's Neighborhood' the FBI try to plant a bug in Tony's basement. 'Proshai, Livushka' has Tony arrange a small get-together in honour of the recently deceased Livia. 'Fortunate Son' sees Tony begin to suspect that meat plays a major part in his psychological problems. 'Employee of the Month' has Tony unimpressed by Ralph Cifaretto's behaviour. 'Another Toothpick' finds the Baccalieri family in disarray after Bobby Baccalieri Sr comes out of retirement. 'University' sees relations between Tony and Ralph worsen when the latter kills his dancer girlfriend. In 'Second Opinion' Uncle Junior dreams the Feds have offered to cure his cancer if he will testify against Tony. 'He is Risen' finds Tony's relations with Ralph in the spotlight again when the latter refuses the former's peace offering. 'The Telltale Moozadell' has Tony and Gloria visit the zoo together. 'To Save Us All From Satan's Power' sees the family gather for Christmas dinner. 'Pine Barrens' finds Paulie and Christopher travelling to South Jersey to dispose of a corpse. 'Amour Fou' has relations between Gloria and Tony take a turn for the worse when she begins making calls to his house. Finally, in 'The Army of One', Meadow is devastated by the news of Jackie Jr's death.
President Bill Clinton called it "an attack against America," but after Libyan agents planted a bomb aboard Pan Am Flight 103, killing 259 people in the air and 11 on the ground, America did not strike back. Instead, the grieving relatives of the victims did the unthinkable -- as mere civilians-and tried to force Libya to pay for its crime. Lawyers told the families that they could never sue Libya in American courts, and they were right. This would require changing a bedrock principle of international law -- a change that every government in the world feared and fought, including the United States itself.
Working virtually alone at first, Allan Gerson, a former diplomat and prosecutor of Nazi war criminals, took on the case and spent the next eight years on the families' quest for justice. In this high-stakes game of international power politics and legal maneuvering, there were friendships, jobs, and reputations lost, but a precious principle -- that of accountability under the law -- was strengthened and preserved. Now Gerson and his co-author, NEWSWEEK writer Jerry Adler, follow the threads of this extraordinary tale back to that deadly night over Lockerbie, Scotland -- and forward into a new era of international justice, when terrorists will learn to fear the righteous retribution of their own victims.
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