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British action drama starring Saoirse Ronan. Understandably cold and aggressive after being shipped off to Britain from America to stay with her distant relatives, Daisy (Ronan) is initially weary of her new home in the English countryside, but as a relationship develops between Daisy and her cousin Edmond (George MacKay), she starts warming to her new surroundings. Left to their own devices while her Aunt Penn (Anna Chancellor) is abroad involved in peace negotiations, the group enjoy their idyllic surroundings and isolation from parental influence. However, when World War Three breaks out over Europe and Britain is taken over by military forces, the group is split up and detained in prisoner-of-war camps. With nothing left to lose, Daisy begins planning her escape in the hope of reuniting with her lover, but with war taking its toll on everyone throughout the country, she grows fearful of what she may find...
Documentary that sets out to tell the story behind the making of the James Bond films. When American producers Harry Saltzman and Albert Broccoli acquired the rights to adapt Ian Fleming's 'James Bond' novels for the big screen they couldn't have dreamt of the success they would find. However, as the franchise became a licence to print money conflict inevitably emerged, causing Saltzman and Broccoli to fall out with their lead actor, Sean Connery, then each other. Despite the increasingly fraught drama behind the scenes, the on-screen drama of the Bond films has continued to draw audiences to the cinema 50 years after the release of the first film, 'Dr No' (1962). Among the Bond luminaries to contribute to the documentary are George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig.
Documentary about the Japanese rock band X Japan. Formed in 1982, X Japan was the brainchild of drummer, pianist and composer Yoshiki. As the band prepared for their biggest ever show at New York's Madison Square Garden in 2014, film-maker Stephen Kijak looks back at their tumultuous career, the difficulties they faced including the tragic suicide of guitarist hide, and why are they are the most successful band in the world that most people have never heard of.
Documentary detailing how the son of Hamas founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef was manipulated into becoming a spy for the Israeli security service Shin Bet. The film focuses on the relationship between the young informer Mosab Hassan Yousef and his Israeli handler Gonen Ben Yitzhak and tells how, over a period of ten years, Yousef's intelligence led to the prevention of numerous suicide bombings and assassination attempts on leading Israeli figures.
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