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Looking After Jojo

Looking After Jo Jo is a gritty four-part drama series set in 1980s Edinburgh and stars Trainspotting's Robert Carlyle and Kevin Mckidd. The story follows Jo Jo (Carlyle) who is trapped by the bleak edgy climate of drug abuse. Seen as a hero on the council estate, Jo Jo develops from a petty thief into a drug dealer as he finds his feet and gains power in this moving series.



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Armadillo

Armadillo is a British thriller directed by Howard Davies and based on the 1998 novel by William Boyd, featuring an all-star cast including Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), Tom Hiddleston (Avengers Assemble) and James Frain (The Tudors). This gripping six-part TV series originally screened in 2001 and follows Lorimer Black (Frain), a successful insurance loss adjuster, whose gypsy family continuously borrow money from him. Lorimer finds himself investigating a suspicious hotel fire that may be linked to a large scale of fraud within his own company.



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Diana

A young Patsy Kensit (Absolute Beginners) features in this classic 1980s drama adapted from two novels by R.F. Delderfield. Set in 1920s post-war Britain, Diana follows the class mismatch and intertwining lives of Jan Leigh (Kevin McNally - Pirates of the Caribbean), a poor country lad, and Diana (Jenny Seagrove - Judge John Deed) , the untamable daughter of a rich landowner. This 10-part series was originally broadcast in 1984.



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The Saragossa Manuscript

Described by world famous filmmakers Luis Bunuel and David Lynch, and rock star Jerry Garcia as their favourite film, legendary Polish director Wojciech Has' psychedelic epic The Saragossa Manuscript is a mysteriously magical and sometimes disturbing 1960s cult classic like no other. Adapted from the highly esteemed explorer Jan Potocki's magnum opus, The Saragossa Manuscript encompasses a whole new supernatural world. During Napoleon's invasion of Spain, two soldiers of opposing sides discover a strange manuscript at an Inn. Spanning centuries and nations the magical text chronicles the adventures of Alfonso van Worden (Zbigniew Cybulski - Ashes and Diamonds) and follows a rich slew of journeys from the humorous to the horryfiying, to the chilling final revelations. Alternitevely frightening and comical in its mind-bending exploration of human nature The Saragossa Manuscript beautifully presents Has' intricate approach to storytelling.



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The Krays - Kill Order

Ronnie and Reggie Kray remain the most notorious criminals in British history. Legends to many, their fame was built on a fearsome reputation and almost mythical celebrity-like status, but who were the real Kray twins?

Now in a sensational new feature documentary The Krays - Kill Order, the true story of the men behind the myth is revealed; by those on the inside.

This eye-opening film features shocking revelations from the men who stood shoulder to shoulder with the fearsome brothers including Freddie Foreman, Frankie Fraser, Eddie Richardson, Albert Donoghue, Lenny Hamilton, Billy Frost, Jimmy Tippett Snr., Albert Chapman, Toby Von Judge, Maureen Flanagan and Bernard O'Mahoney plus some never heard before audio recordings of Reggie Kray.

Directed by Christopher Matthews and produced by double BAFTA nominated Revelation Films, The Krays - Kill Order comes to UK cinemas and download on 4 September 2015, followed by its DVD release on 14 September 2015 from Metrodome.



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They Call it Acid

The year is 1988. Margaret Thatcher is still in power. Punk is a distant memory. Clubs are either full of beer boys, soul boys or posers. Club culture as we know it, has yet to be invented and Britain's youth are bored.

And then, by luck as much as design, a fortuitous trip to Ibiza, a batch of Euro-pop records, a brand new musical sound and a new drug that had hitherto been known only to a select few all fused together to create Acid House.

Acid House. The craze that had tens of thousands of teenagers around the country feeling ecstatic and left the authorities and powers that be bewildered and frightened had arrived.

The story of the last genuine youth culture movement seen in this country, one that spawned a generation of ravers and is still reverberating around the world, is told in They Call It Acid, the true story of acid house and the birth of rave culture, told by the people who were there. In the late-eighties Gordon Mason was a part time DJ and full time film editor and by the age of 21, during his formative years, he was naturally drawn towards this life-changing new scene, attending some of the first ever acid house parties. With the occasional VIP pass from promoters he was in a prime position, with his filmmaking experience, and a borrowed from work camera, to capture the burgeoning scene from the inside, long before the media became aware of it. A decade later, with years of filmmaking experience under his belt, he embarked on a journey to create the definitive documentary of this important, era defining movement. Taking some 10 years to make, this masterpiece is a labour of love, and totally self-funded. But now, although the film is finished, he needs the public's help to bring it to the masses.

In a unique crowd-funding project that launches on Indiegogo (https://www.indiegogo.com) on 1 September 2015 and runs for 60 days, 8000 units of the film will be pre-sold on DVD for 15 with the opportunity to invest more for exclusive offers.



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The Decline Of Western Civilization

Penelope Spheeris' iconic music documentaries The Decline of Western Civilization have been at the top of fans' most wanted DVD list for many many years and now thanks to Second Sight Films they are set to get their first ever UK DVD and Blu-ray release. This celebrated and infamous anthology chronicles L.A.'s hardcore punk phenomenon, the hair-metal movement at its pinnacle in the late-eighties and the late-nineties gutter-punk scene and will be released on DVD & Blu-ray 31 August 2015, as The Decline of Western Civilization Box Set complete with a slew of superb extras.



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Partners In Crime

In a major new adaptation, the BBC is bringing Agatha Christie's acclaimed Partners In Crime novels to life with an all-star cast lead by David Walliams (Little Britain, Big School) and Jessica Raine (Call The Midwife, Wolf Hall) as Tommy and Tuppence Beresford - a husband and wife detective duo. Following its run on BBC One this summer, this thrilling six-part drama makes its home entertainment bow courtesy of RLJ Entertainment's Acorn Label. Produced by Endor Productions and Agatha Christie Productions Ltd., Partners In Crime is an action-packed, fun-filled espionage series set in 1950s London, and follows the couple as they stumble into a world of murder, undercover agents and conspiracy. The series comprises of two stories, containing three episodes each, The Secret Adversary and N or M?



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