|Backbeat 1994 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical
Director: Iain Softley
Cast: Ian Hart, Stephen Dorff, Sheryl Lee, Gary Bakewell, Chris O'Neill, Scot Williams, Kai Weisinger, Jennifer Ehle, Wolf Kahler, Rob Spendlove, Paul Duckworth, Alexei Jawdokimov, Albert Welling, Marcelle Duprey, John White
The subject of this film is The Beatles–before they became famous. Seen mostly through the eyes of Stuart Sutcliffe (Stephen Dorff), who quit the group just before they hit it big, this is an insightful look into the personalities behind the fame.
|Bedrooms & Hallways 1998 N/R, 96 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Rose Troche
Cast: Kevin McKidd, Hugo Weaving, Simon Callow, Jennifer Ehle, Tom Hollander, James Purefoy, Julie Graham, Christopher Fulford, Harriet Walter, Con O'Neill, Paul Higgins, Merelina Kendall, Victoria Williams, Simon Green, Nichola McAuliffe
Leo (Kevin McKidd), a member of a consciousness-raising group, admits his attraction for Brendan (James Purefoy) who is in the same group. This revelation leads to an affair. But, in very short order, Brendan's ex-girlfriend, Sally (Jennifer Ehle), appears on the scene. Leo is shocked that Sally was his own high-school sweetheart. Is there still chemistry between Leo and Sally, OR will Leo remain true to Brendan, OR do we care?
|Paradise Road 1997 R, 120 min.|
Director: Bruce Beresford
Cast: Glenn Close, Pauline Collins, Cate Blanchett, Frances McDormand, Julianna Margulies, Jennifer Ehle, Sab Shimono, Wendy Hughes, Johanna ter Steege, Elizabeth Spriggs
Women prisoners in a World War II Japanese internment camp, located on a desolate island, survive brutal conditions in this film written by Director Bruce Beresford.
|Possession 2002 102 min.|
Director: Neil LaBute
Cast: Gwyneth Paltrow, Aaron Eckhart, Jeremy Northam, Jennifer Ehle, Lena Headey, Holly Aird, Toby Stephens, Trevor Eve, Tom Hickey, Georgia Mackenzie, Tom Hollander
Maud Bailey (Gwyneth Paltrow) and Roland Michell (Aaron Eckhart) uncover evidence of a secret love affair enjoyed years ago by two Victorian poets and, in the process of their investigation, find themselves falling in love.
|Pride and Glory 2008 R, 125 min.|
Director: Gavin O'Connor
Cast: Colin Farrell, Edward Norton, Jon Voight, Noah Emmerich, Jennifer Ehle, John Ortiz, Shea Wigham, Frank Grillo, Lake Bell, Rick Gonzalez, Carmen Ejogo, Manny Perez, Wayne Duvall, Maximiliano Hernandez, Ramon Rodriguez
Ray (Edward Norton) and his brother Frances, Jr. (Noah Emmerich) have followed in their father Francis Tierney, Sr.'s (Jon Voight) profession as police officers. Their brother-in-law Jimmy Egan (Colin Farrell) is also a policeman. During a bloody shoot-out between Hispanic drug dealers and the police, four policemen are killed. Now, Francis, Sr. talks Ray into investigating the case, and while Ray tracks down the killers, Jimmy, who is involved in a drug ring, desperately tries to cover his own tracks.
|Pride and Prejudice 1995 TV, 280 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Simon Langton
Cast: Colin Firth, Jennifer Ehle, David Bamber, Crispin Bonham-Carter, Anna Chancellor, Susannah Harker, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Adrian Lukis, Julia Sawalha, Alison Steadman, Benjamin Whitrow, Emilia Fox, Christopher Benjamin, Anthony Calf
This excellent TV miniseries does justice to Jane Austen's classic tale of the relationships of two people caught in the 19th-century class system when headstrong Elizabeth (Jennifer Ehle) meets wealthy Mr. Darcy (Colin Firth). Darcy courts Elizabeth, and problems ensue over the issues of manners and love when the couple learns that they must deal with their different perspectives on life if they are to live their lives together.
|Sunshine 1999 R, 180 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Istvan Szabo
Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Rosemary Harris, Rachel Weisz, Jennifer Ehle, Molly Parker, Deborah Kara Unger, William Hurt, James Frain, John Neville, Miriam Margolyes, David de Keyser, Rudiger Vogler, Mark Strong, Bill Paterson, Trevor Peacock
This story relates the trials and tribulations of three generations of a Jewish family, the Sonnenscheins (the name means "Sunshine" in German), enduring Hungary's troubled years. The Sonnenschein family–despite two world wars and numerous governments between the late 1800s and the 1960s–survive as history tends to repeat itself throughout the generations.
|Wilde 1997 R, 117 min.|
Director: Brian Gilbert
Cast: Stephen Fry, Jude Law, Vanessa Redgrave, Jennifer Ehle, Gemma Jones, Judy Parfitt, Michael Sheen, Zoe Wanamaker, Tom Wilkinson, Ioan Gruffudd, Matthew Mills, Jason Morell, Peter Barkworth, Robert Lang, Philip Locke
Victorian playwright Oscar Wilde (Stephen Fry)–poet, genius, and homosexual–was willing to stand his ground and not flee England when he was sentenced to two years of hard labor as a result of his love affair with Lord Alfred "Bosie" Douglas (Jude Law). This film covers that aspect of his life.
|1. Backbeat (1994)|
2. Bedrooms & Hallways (1998)
3. Paradise Road (1997)
4. Possession (2002)
5. Pride and Glory (2008)
6. Pride and Prejudice (1995)
7. Sunshine (1999)
8. Wilde (1997)
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