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Megashare Finding Your Feet (2018)
On the eve of retirement a middle class, judgmental snob discovers her husband has been having an affair with her best friend and is forced into exile with her bohemian sister who lives on an impoverished inner-city council estate.
Director: Richard Loncraine
Cast: Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall, Joanna Lumley, Imelda Staunton, Josie Lawrence, Phoebe Nicholls, David Hayman, John Sessions, Marianne Oldham, Jacqueline Ramnarine, Richard Hope, Indra Ovï¿½, Fran Targ, Victoria Wicks, Sian Thomas
Megashare The Honeytrap (2002)
A woman is forced to confront her dark side when she investigates her husband\'s suspected infidelity.
Director: Michael G. Gunther
Cast: Emily Lloyd, Valerie Edmond, Anthony Green, Stuart McQuarrie, Natalie Walter, Zoë Eeles, James Clyde, Christopher Chilton, Clive Rowe, Richard Hope, Jonah Russell, Francesca Longrigg, Graham Cull, Sara Houghton
Megashare Bloody Kids (1991)
It's a tough life for an eleven-year-old kid. It started as a prank to see just how far he could push the police. Then something went wrong and now he's wanted, with nowhere to hide but the streets. A tense urban drama.
Director: Stephen Frears
Cast: Brenda Fricker, Colin Campbell, Daniel Peacock, Derrick O'Connor, Gary Olsen, George Costigan, Geraldine James, Gwyneth Strong, Jack Douglas, Jesse Birdsall, Jimmy Hibbert, June Watson, Kim Taylforth, Mel Smith, Neil Cunningham, Niall Padden, Nula Conwell, Paul Mari, Peter Clark, PH Moriarty, Richard Beckinsale, Richard Hope, Richard Thomas, Roger Lloyd
Megashare Mr. Morgan's Last Love (2013)
A look at the life-changing connection between a retired and widowed American philosophy professor and a young Parisian woman.
Director: Sandra Nettelbeck
Cast: Gillian Anderson, Michael Caine, Clémence Poésy, Justin Kirk, Jane Alexander, Alix Poisson, Richard Hope, Anne Alvaro, Christelle Cornil, Yannick Choirat, Michelle Goddet, Mathilde Ducret, Hugues Hausman, Vincent Eaton, Antoine Vanden Berghe
Megashare A Is for Acid (2002)
Dramatisation of the true story of the notorious "acid bath murderer" John Haigh, who murdered women and disposed of their bodies in vats of acid in the 1940's. He was only caught when the gallstones of one of his victims, Mrs Durand-Deacon, failed to dissolve in the acid and were detected by the pathologist who examined the residue from the acid bath.
Director: Harry Bradbeer
Cast: Barbara Marten, Celia Imrie, Christopher Ettridge, Claire Nielson, Donald Douglas, Geoff Holman, John Flanagan, Keeley Hawes, Martin Clunes, Matyelok Gibbs, Neil McKinven, Richard Hope, Rowena Cooper, Terence Beesley
Megashare The Last Post (2001)
Dealing with the age-old theme of mortality and subverting common ideas about the fabled Grim Reaper, the film could only peripherally be considered horror, as it takes basic elements and preoccupations from the genre (ghostly visitations, death) to craft a touching dramatic tale about facing the end. Working at a very calm and controlled pace, Carolyn exhibits talent in how she gives her main character life in a mere 17 minutes
Director: Ed Blum
Cast: Maureen Beattie, Richard Hope
Megashare My Brother Tom (2001)
A teenage girl, Jessica, befriends a teenage boy called Tom, who is bullied by a local gang. She is abused by Jack, who is both her neighbour and school teacher, and Tom is sexually abused by his father. Together they bond in the woods, creating a private reality that no-one else can enter.
Director: Dom Rotheroe
Cast: Adrian Rawlins, Ben Whishaw, Honeysuckle Weeks, Ian Thompson, Jenna Harrison, Jonathan Hackett, Judith Scott, Michael Tucek, Patrick Godfrey, Peter England, Richard Hope
Megashare Riot at the Rite (2005)
In the spring of 1913, Parisian businessman Gabriel Astruc opens a new theater on the Champs Elysées. The first performance is the premiere of Igor Stravinsky's 'The Rite of Spring', danced by the Ballet Russes. The rehearsal process is extremely fraught: the orchestra dislike Stravinsky's harsh, atonal music; the dancers dislike the 'ugly' choreography of Vaslav Nijinsky. The volatile, bisexual Nijinsky is in a strained relationship with the much older Sergei Diaghilev, the Ballet Russes' charismatic but manipulative impresario. Public expectation is extremely high after Nijinsky's success in 'L'apres-midi d'un faune'. Finally, 'The Rite of Spring' premieres to a gossip-loving, febrile, fashion-conscious Parisian audience sharply divided as to its merits.
Cast: Adam Garcia, Aidan McArdle, Alex Jennings, Emma Pierson, Griff Rhys Jones, Jane How, Jonathan Aris, Neil Findlater, Peter Copley, Philip Herbert, Rachael Stirling, Richard Hope, Steve Pemberton