Scripted by Ingmar Bergman, this very personal film is about a destructive affair which wrecks the marriage of an actress (Marianne) and musician (Markus). Wanting to continue the affair, Marianne moves in with her lover. But she is tormented by Markus' decision not to let her have custody of their daughter. Finally Markus announces he may have a solution to the stalemate, but this leads to deception, lies and ultimately, tragedy.
Socialite Carol Morgan romps through the depression and her wealth while breaking up with Bill Wade and getting back together with him.
An ex-RUC Special Branch Detective serves the remainder of his career in an English coastal town hoping to heal wounds from a violent past, until the murder of his only daughter shatters his faith and sends him on a headlong hunt for the killer.
Karis (Nicole Oliver) is a clothing store owner who picks up a handsome music executive, Lars (Christopher Shyer), in a bar and immediately engages him in some very hot sex that leads to an ongoing physical relationship. One morning Lars encounters Morgan (Rob Lee) in Karis' kitchen; Morgan is her future ex-husband and a policeman with a violent temper who begins a campaign of intimidation to make Lars stop seeing Karis. But wait: 30 minutes into the movie the point-of-view changes to Morgan's, and we see he's not such a bad guy after all and that Lars is the hot-tempered villain. But wait: 30 minutes later the point of view switches to Karis, and it turns out that she hasn't been completely honest about things. Whose story is the real one?
A woman who is presumed dead takes revenge on her unfaithful husband. A fragment exists at the BFI.
In this multi-dimensional portrait of an individual trapped between self and self-image, issues of sexuality and economics are questioned. This film is an exploration of alienation through techniques of superimposition, sound displacement ,and deconstruction/reconstruction of language, exposing the hearing-impaired women's comprehension of sound and conversation.
In 2006 Faithless released their fifth studio album "To All New Arrivals" Successive world tours have enshrined their popularity all over the globe and this is clearly evident as they delight their Moscow fans as part of this Greatest Hits Tour.
Worthy Farm, Pilton, England
Forever Faithless – The Greatest Hits is a greatest hits compilation album from the dance music group Faithless. It features all their released singles- except for "Take The Long Way Home"-, plus three additional new tracks ("Fatty Boo", "Reasons (Saturday Night)", and "Why Go?" (2005 remix featuring Estelle). Forever Faithless was the best selling dance album of 2005.
Despite continual demand for a live release, the band were determined to wait for the perfect venue and Alexandra Palace, London, was the one. Recorded on April 30th, 2005 at one of their sell out London shows there, this release sees the culmination of 10 years of Faithless hits; anthems that have shaped and defined dance music in the UK around the world and sold in excess of 14 million records.
Faithless, playing live for the 2010 iTunes Festival at the Roundhouse in Camden, London.
CD duration is 72:46. Live From Brixton Academy 8 April 2011. Approx DVD running time: 137 minutes. DVD9/Picture format 16:9 / NTSC Region 0 Audio: Stereo & 5.1 Surround Sound Comes in a digibook.