A two-part adaptation of Charles Dickens's tale of guilt and desire. On the bleak Kent marshes, a boy has a frightening encounter that will haunt him for the rest of his life. Starring loan Gruffudd and Charlotte Rampling.
Cecilia Bartoli sings arias and recitatives by Mozart and Haydn, accompanied by one of the pioneering groups in the use of period instruments, the Concentus Musicus of Vienna, under their founder and director Nikolaus Harnoncourt. From the Stefaniensaal, in Graz, Austria.
The last film in director Amos Gitai's trilogy, this time set in Jerusalem, tells the story of a woman's rebellion against the constraints of ultra-Orthodox Jewish society. Starring Yael Abecassis and Yoram Hattab. In Hebrew with English subtitles.
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