Set against the backdrop of the 1960s, Made In Dagenham is based on a true story about a group of spirited women who joined forces, took a stand for what was right, and in doing so, found their own inner strength.
A reclusive Londoner with a heart-shaped birthmark makes a deal with a devil-like figure to get a girl -- but there's a deadly price to pay.
Jim Sturgess (21, ACROSS THE UNIVERSE) leads a hugely-talented ensemble cast in this sublime British psychological thriller from cult UK director Philip Ridley (THE REFLECTING SKIN, THE PASSION OF DARKLY NOON), who returns to the screen after a 14-year absence. The film follows Jamie Morgan (Sturgess), born with a disfiguring birthmark across his face, which leaves him an outcast in rough East London. While wandering abandoned yards taking photographs, he comes across a gang of thugs and soon discovers that they are something other than human. He then is led into a Faustian deal that will see him become a party to the terrifying chaos around him. Part DONNIE DARKO, part Guillermo del Toro, this dark urban tale takes its audience to the darkest and most violent corners of the human heart. The film also stars Clémence Poésy, Noel Clarke, Joseph Mawle, Eddie Marsan, Luke Treadaway and Timothy Spall, and was produced by Pippa Cross and Richard Raymond. The film recently won the Best Independent Film Award at the Toronto After Dark Festival.
HEARTLESS follows Jamie Morgan, born with a disfiguring birthmark across his face, which leaves him an outcast in rough East London.
Confronting a male-dominated corporate machine and the oppressive attitudes of her times, Rita O'Grady (Golden Globe? winner Sally Hawkins) leads her female co-workers in a struggle for rights, respect and equal pay that will change the "man's world" forever. Based on a true story.
Dagenham, England 1968. At the town's local Ford automobile plant, Rita O'Grady is one of only 187 women in a workforce of 55,000 men. Facing overwhelming opposition in this "man's world," Rita rallies her female co-workers to fight for equal pay - a stand that defies the corporate status quo, threatens her marriage, and ultimately exacts a tragic toll. But with the support of the shop's steward and the government's Employment Secretary, the women become the sensation of the nation - and the catalyst for a profound turning point in time.
Detective Maurice Jobson (David Morrissey) notices striking similarities to a prior abduction case, for which a man was convicted and sentenced, as a reluctant solicitor (Mark Addy) takes up the condemned man's cause.
A rookie journalist (Andrew Garfield) investigates a series of child abductions and murders, which lead him to suspect that there's a terrifying connection between the perpetrators and the upper echelons of Yorkshire power. Directed by Julian Jarrold.
Based on real events, 13 women are found tortured to death and an investigator is on the case, but the deeper into the murders he gets, the more the police force wants him out.
Based on real events, the serial killer behind the notorious kidnappings and murders of the last 14 years strikes again and a lone cop is determined to stop him.
Based on real events, a journalist investigating The Yorkshire Ripper, a gruesome serial killer, finds the closer he gets to the truth;the more his own life is in danger.
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