This 1991 documentary by director Paul Yule presents a compelling investigation of the censorship battles, anti-pornography debates and culture wars between the political left and right that raged throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Claire and Jamie call upon Jamie's grandsire, Lord Lovat, in an attempt to elicit support for the Jacobite cause. However, a visiting Colum MacKenzie has other plans, and Lord Lovat's manipulative machinations ensure that no matter what, his own interests will be served.
After Paula confesses her secret, Ellen thinks she has proof that Paula is disturbed, but no-one else sees it her way. The office turns against Ellen, and she is forced to leave for good. She tries to put Paula behind her, but Paula isn't willing to let go.
At the hospital, Anna discovers the blood test for Kade is missing and is unsettled to find strange activist Jens there. Dutch accuses Roy of being corrupt and hiding secrets that led to Anna being sent away.
Dan, unlike his ex-girlfriend, isn't invited to his niece's birthday party. Desperate to impress her, he manages to persuade the family that he can be trusted with getting the party ready. Stars Greg Davies and Rik Mayall.
The shock of Mary's death sets in, especially for Rachel who attempted to talk her off the ledge, and she leans on Jeremy and Adam for support as she grieves. Meanwhile, the network threatens to shut down the show.
This film is based on the personal and professional struggles of Karen Silkwood, who died in a mysterious car crash in 1974 while she was attempting to expose the dangers in the plutonium plant in which she worked.
Host Zachary Levi brings together pal Felicia Day and her team "beer me up Scotty" to match wits against Dexter Darden and his team 'maze rum runners' in bar trivia battles, group challenges, and drinking games.
Rachel deals with the repercussions of her impulsive decision. Quinn and Rachel question their future as producers. The final three contestants return to Adam's vineyard for romantic dates. (From the US) (Drama Series) M(S)
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Young writer Sal Paradise has his life shaken by the arrival of free-spirited Dean Moriarty and his girl, Marylou. As they travel across the country, the encounter a mix of people who each impact their journey indelibly.
Internal strife among the coalition partners continues as the right wing submits a bill that will lower the age of criminal responsibility from 14 to 12 years. Several Labour Party members support the proposal, leaving Birgitte in the minority in parliament.
Birgitte Nyborg's government is about to negotiate the environmental element of the new reform package called A Common Future. Birgitte wants a multi-party agreement, but must face the reality of parties who cannot and will not compromise.
Kettering is in crisis toxic water is coming from the ridge and the mill has been sold. A fingerprint from 15 years ago links a missing local to Gillian's disappearance. Dutch finds a bloody weapon in Anna's car.
McLennan has found a cure for McCartney's debilitating lactose intolerance. To celebrate, McLennan makes a cheese feast stuffed with dairy loaded puns and delusion; afflictions that, unfortunately, have no known cure.
Seeing a way to reassert control over her adult son's life when he faces manslaughter charges, an affluent Romanian woman sets out on a campaign of emotional and social manipulation to keep him out of prison.
The highest-grossing French film of the 1980s, Luc Besson's cult hit follows Jacques and Enzo - a pair of friends who have been close since childhood, and who share a passion for the dangerous sport of free diving.