The women are starving as they enter their sixth and final week on the island. Having plundered all the resources in the vicinity of their beach, the group are now looking to the ocean to sustain them. The women are pinning all their hopes on their fishing net catching a major haul but so far it's eluded them. Chaos has begun to rein in camp, and the group are fractured. Having relied solely on communal decision-making, the lack of unity leaves the larder bare and the camp falling apart. Can the women unite at the final stage of their island experience, or will they depart the island divided? (S.2,Ep.6)
The men have now been on the island for more than a month. Unable to find a sustainable source of food, they are getting weaker and more desperate by the day. Malnourished, exhausted and under pressure, the group turn on each other. 47-year-old Vic tears strips off cameraman, Sam Farmer, who he believes is shirking the hard physical jobs. But it soon becomes clear that Vic's issue with Sam has deeper roots - class prejudice! Meanwhile, an ill-advised scramble around the island's treacherous coast to access better fishing grounds goes disastrously wrong when Will loses his footing and slams into rocks and water below.
As the group approaches the four week mark of the experiment, the ten remaining women are entering dangerous medical territory. It's now more important than ever that they keep up their food and water supply otherwise they risk long term damage to their vital organs. Yesterday the women feasted on their first big kill - a large pig. But their decision to use one of their two precious jerry-cans to preserve the left-over pork, has unforeseen consequences when the meat turns putrid and they make the near-fatal decision to throw the container away, thereby seriously reducing their ability to produce much-needed water for the group.
From Japanese cult king Takashi Miike, the film follows the exploits of two unlikely superheroes, Gan and Ai, who must ensure the mystical Skull Stone does not fall into the wrong hands. Toy store owners by day, Gan and Ai battle a gang of increasingly elaborate thugs by night with the help of a giant mechanical dog. In Japanese.
Leon is a deadly killer who reluctantly takes care of 12-year-old Mathilde, a neighbour whose parents are killed. They go on the run, but Mathilde wants revenge, and Leon can teach her how to get it.
Set centuries before the events of the original film, the prequel to Tony Jaa's martial arts hit casts the fast-moving star as a son bent on avenging his royal father's murder.
The Brain is renowned in Hong Kong's crime circles for being a hitman who can pull off a murder by making it look like an accident. During one of his highly organised "accidents", a bus loses control and nearly kills him. Convinced that his near-death experience was actually an orchestrated attempt to kill him, the Brain begins to investigate his clients to trace the would-be culprit. In Cantonese.
Young Yuda has become a martial arts master after years of study under his mentor in his sleepy home village. Having come of age, he is sent to a relative's house in the city as a rite of passage. After a series of setbacks leave Yuda homeless and uncertain about his new future, a chance encounter results in him defending a young orphan from a human trafficking ring led by the wildly psychotic Ratger.
It's been four days since the men trapped and killed a crocodile, and they haven't been able to repeat their success. Most of the meagre meals they are eating are coming from cleaning facilities manager, Vic, who is the only member of the group to have mastered his improvised fishing rod. But the pressure of being the group's main provider of food is getting to Vic, who feels he's being taken for granted. When Will constructs a makeshift raft from all the plastic bottles washed up on the beach, Vic takes it out in pursuit of a proper fish supper. But caught in a fierce undercurrent, and heading for razor sharp rocks, Vic faces a life and death struggle. (S.2,Ep.4)
The extreme conditions on the island are taking their toll on the 11 remaining women and they are now on the brink of starvation. They are living on an extremely low calorie diet, surviving on snails and limpets and scraps of scavenged yucca and coconut. With the need to find a protein-rich meal now critical, Lauren, Beth and Belinda venture into the island's jungle interior to set animal traps. Lauren realises that if they are going to survive they will need to be more determined. And her sights are set on a pig. Their traps are a success and it could mean salvation for the women - if they can kill it. (S.2,Ep.4)
Two weeks in and the men are in rapid physical decline. Despite their best efforts to hunt and fish, they haven't yet managed to catch themselves a substantial meal. As they slowly starve, the men's body weight is plummeting along with their energy levels. As the men start to doubt their ability to survive in this tropical hell hole, 47-year-old cleaning facilities manager, Vic, comes up with an ambitious plan to bag the group the calorie rich meal they so desperately need. But the stakes are high. He wants the group to hunt down the island's most dangerous predator - a crocodile.
It is Lauren's 25th birthday but there's little to celebrate. Two castaways have already abandoned the women's island due to the extreme conditions, since being dropped in the Pacific seven days ago. The twelve remaining are desperately dehydrated. With their water gone, the group are forced to abandon their camp and head back into the jungle in search of the long stretch of white sand and sustainable water source their scouting party found during the first few days. However, there's a heavy price to pay in making the journey across the island, dehydrated and starving. As another member is forced to leave the island, their numbers reduce to eleven. (S.2,Ep.3)
Mild mannered paramedic, Barney Strange, comes to the rescue of the group by catching and feeding the men a tasty but unusual supper. But just five days in and the group has reached breaking point. The island has been battered by a series of torrential storms, and without a decent shelter the men have barely slept. They haven't had a decent meal since they arrived, and a bitter rivalry between the island's two builders, Paul and Andy, has turned into all-out war. (S.2,Ep.2)
The women are desperately dehydrated and separated, after an expedition party crossed the island to find a permanent camp - and got hopelessly lost while returning to the others. With one group disorientated in the jungle, Abby, Fran and three others left behind in the temporary camp get hit by a torrential downpour. They let their fire go out and without any dry wood to relight it, they're now surviving on a dwindling water supply. Tensions build, and their mental and physical strength is tested to the limit. (S.2,Ep.2)
Exposed during an illegal arms trade gone wrong, a North Korean 'ghost' agent finds himself in the crosshairs of an international manhunt. Was he betrayed by his wife or his country? He must prepare to make the ultimate sacrifice.
Martial arts legend Bruce Lee stars as Tang Lung, a young man who travels to Rome to help a family friend whose restaurant is being targeted by the local Mafia. After driving off the local thugs, the stakes are raised as Tang must confront a number of martial arts experts hired by the crime boss, including Karate champion Colt - and soon a final showdown looms.
In the ultimate survival experiment, Bear Grylls abandons 14 British men on a remote desert island in the Pacific with just the clothes they stand up in and a few basic tools. For six weeks they will be completely alone, filming everything themselves. The island may look like paradise but behind the beaches it can be hell on earth. From the very beginning the men face a life and death struggle, as the fierce currents of the Pacific Ocean force Bear to drop them 75 metres off the island. The men have no choice but to jump ship and make a desperate swim through the violent swells onto a treacherous, rocky coastline.
Bear Grylls explores the survival instincts and behaviour of 14 women stranded on a remote, uninhabited Pacific island. Left with just the clothes they stand up in and a few basic tools, they're been given no food and just a day's supply of drinking water. Like their counterparts on the male island, these women will be utterly alone for six weeks, left to film everything themselves. As the island comes into sight, it's a far cry from the postcard vision of paradise some of the women had been expecting: more mud than sand and dense, unforgiving jungle right up to the water's edge.
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