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Religious drama which chronicles the arduous journey of two people, Mary (Keisha Castle-Hughes) and Joseph (Oscar Isaac), a miraculous pregnancy, and the history-defining birth of Jesus.
Disney fantasy comedy about a childless couple who get more than they bargained for when they wish for a baby. After being told by a doctor that they cannot conceive, Jim and Cindy Green (Joel Edgerton and Jennifer Garner) bury a box in their garden containing their wishes for the child they have been longing for. That night a mysterious boy, Timothy (CJ Adams), turns up in their home. The Greens have no idea where Timothy has come from, but clues such as the leaves growing out of his ankles suggest that he must be somehow otherwordly. In their gratitude, the Greens ask no questions, telling friends and neighbours only that they have made a miraculous adoption. Despite his strange characteristics, Timothy brings joy to the lives of everyone around him, and becomes firm friends with fellow oddball Joni (Odeya Rush).
Four-part BBC drama that chronicles the rise and fall of Saddam Hussein (Yigal Naor). The programme begins after the Iranian Revolution in 1979 when Saddam is first appointed President of Iraq and follows him as he declares war on Iran, invades Kuwait and fights the First and Second Gulf Wars with the U.S. before being captured in 2003. The programme also charts his personal life and troubled relationships in parallel with his time as leader of Iraq.
In a harsh and repressive society, a lone voice courageously dares to tell the world of an act of unimaginable cruelty.
Based on an incredible true story this is the powerful tale of a village's persecution of an innocent woman. Who will join forces with the plot against her, who will surrender to the mob and who will dare to stand up for what is right?
When a journalist is stranded in her remote village, she summons the courage to reveal what the villagers will stop at nothing to keep hidden.
Enchanted by the Hollywood movies she watched while growing up in affluent Tehran in the 1950s and 1960s, Shohreh Aghdashloo dreamed of becoming an actress, despite her parents more practical plans. When she fell in love with her husband, Aydin, a painter thirteen years her senior, she made him promise he'd allow her to follow her passion. Filled with hard work and extensive travel throughout Europe and the Middle East, the first years of her marriage were magical. As Shohreh began to build her acclaimed career, Aydin worked for the Minister of Art and Culture, exhibiting his art in Tehran. But in 1978 revolution swept across Iran, toppling the Shah and instilling a new religious regime under the Ayatollah Khomeini. Terrified of the stifling new restrictions on women and art, Shohreh realized that she, too, had to escape. Leaving the man she loved behind, she made her way to Europe and eventually to Hollywood. In this moving memoir, Shohreh shares her story: a tale of privilege and affluence, pain and prejudice, tenacity and success. She writes poignantly about her struggles as an outsider in a new culture - as a woman, a Muslim, and an Iranian - adopting to a new land and a new language. And she shares behind the scenes stories about what it's really like to be a Hollywood actress - including being snubbed by two of Tinseltown's biggest names on Oscar night. Lyrical and atmospheric, The Alley of Love and Jasmines is a powerful story of ambition, art, politics, terror, and courage - of an extraodinary woman determined to live her dreams.
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