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I Love the Nineties

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Ends 2.10
Fifth in the strand featuring the films, music, fashion and news stories from the past decade.
I Love 1994
Wonderbra mode! Eva Herzigova is the guide to the year in which Quentin Tarantino directed Pulp Fiction and American football legend OJ Simpson went on the run. Blur and Oasis sparked Britpop warfare, Loaded magazine kept the boys amused, while love was all around for Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell in Four Weddings and a Funeral. Director Manna Warsama : Executive producer A!an Brown (S) (W)

10.10 Strange Days ****
Sci-fi action thriller. On the eve of the new millennium, an ex-LA vice cop makes a living selling illegal virtual reality "clips" - sensory experiences taken directly from the brain. When Lenny comes into possession of a clip showing the murder of a black activist, he tries to track down the killers. Widescreen. Review page 57.
Director Kathryn Bigelow (1995.18) (S) (W) See Barry Norman : page 58

12.30-2.10 Second Best ***
Drama. A lonely, middle-aged Welsh postmaster wants to become a foster parent. He's given a trial period caring for a 'problem child' who idolises his lawless father. Review page 57. Director Chris Menges (1993.12) (S) S7996S

Contributors

Unknown: Eva Herzigova
Unknown: Quentin Tarantino
Unknown: Oj Simpson
Unknown: Hugh Grant
Unknown: Andie MacDowe
Director: Manna Warsama
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Unknown: Bany Norman
Director: Chris Menges
Lenny Nero: Ra!ph Fiennes
Lomette 'Mace'Mason: Angela Bassett
Faith Justin: Juhette Lewis
Max PeMer: Tom Skemore
Ph!!o Gant: M!chae! W!ncott
Burton Stockier: Vincent D'Onofrio
Jehko One: Gienn P!ummer
Graham: Wmiam Hurt
Unc!e Turpin: John Hurt
James: Chris Cteary Mties
Jimmy: Nathan Yapp
John: Keith Allen
Debbie: Jane Horrocks

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