Sam gets an unexpected visit from an old friend.
Reconciliation comes from Sam and Diane after an unexpected turn of events.
James Caan stars as Axel Freed, a college professor who is constantly in debt, and must rely on his former friends and associates to bail him out. As his habit becomes an incurable disease, Caan finds that the only people who will have anything to do with him are those to whom he owes money --particularly the polite but deadly loan shark Carmine.
With Cooper's second parole hearing looming closer, Detective Steve Wilkins and his team face Cooper head-on in three days of interviews.
And so, we find ourselves at the end of our epic saga, an adventure which began a long time ago with the first Viking hero to emerge from the mists of myth and legend: Ragnar Lothbrok, a simple Norwegian farmer and a pagan. After Ragnar's death, his famous sons took on his mantle and voyaged far and wide, from the steppes of Russia to the shores of the Mediterranean. And now, in a spectacular and shocking series finale, tragedy strikes, not only in the new land but also in England.
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John Cooper has spent eight years in prison for burglary. But DCS Wilkins believes he is also a serial killer, and wants to prove it before Cooper is paroled.
A mystifying neo-noir love story that tackles the sordid underbelly of British society during the late 1980s. This timeless drama is forever remembered for its gritty and unapologetic depiction of London's sexual underworld.
Amulius has made up his mind and cannot go back on it. Ertas, King of the Gabi and member of the King's inner circle, does not trust his words. Ilia hears some terrible news and decides to change her fate. Iemos is in the woods with the Luperci. There he meets Wiros for the first time, the slave that has been bullied by the gang of boys.
In the aftermath of the polarising opening night of June, Easton seeks enlightenment in the form of hallucinogens, while Diana tries to finally reach an understanding with her mother, Denise.
Four young men make a risky investment that puts them in trouble with a ruthless mob boss. Now, they must kidnap a family member of a rival kingpin in order to erase the life-threatening debt.
Martin Scorsese was born on 17th November 1942 in Queens, New York. His directorial career began to take off in the 1970s and since then, he has won BAFTAs, Oscars, and Golden Globe Awards. Some of Scorsese's most dynamic films include Taxi Driver (1976), Raging Bull (1981), Goodfellas (1990), and The Departed (2006).
Heartbreak and loss drive this film. Gabriel, a young Bolivian, falls in love with Sebastian, another young Bolivian he meets in New York. However, unable to bear the weight of the homophobic culture of his native Bolivia and feeling censored, rejected and not loved by his family, Gabriel finds in suicide how to escape that situation. After this unexpected tragedy, Sebastian and Gabriel's father, Jorge, are launched on a cultural journey and self-knowledge, where each confronts his new reality in a radically different way. Jorge, unable to comprehend his son's secret homosexual lifestyle, travels from Santa Cruz to New York in search of answers and to confront Sebastian, whom he blames for the loss suffered by his family. In Spanish.
As Rob builds a playlist to send to Mac and work through her feelings, we explore the mythology of their relationship and its demise. Rob goes to a concert with her employees/friends, Simon and Cherise, where she meets Liam.
Mia appoints herself manager to a questionably young cosplayer to make money off nerds, and Penny helps Austin prepare for a drag competition.
When master thief Lupin III discovers that the money he robbed from a casino is counterfeit, he goes to Cagliostro, rumoured to be the source of the forgery. There he discovers a beautiful princess, Clarisse, who's being forced to marry the count. In order to rescue Clarisse and foil the count, Lupin teams up with his regular adversary, Inspector Zenigata, and fellow thief Fujiko Mine.
Based on the incredible true story of Barry Seal, a drug-smuggling pilot in the 1980s who was recruited by the CIA to carry out one of the largest covert operations in history.
Small publishers are concerned they'll be overlooked as Facebook and Google begin signing commercial deals for news content. Holding the government to account over rape allegations in federal parliament proves a challenge for reporters.
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