|The Pilot's Wife 2001 PG-13, 90 min.|
Director: Robert Markowitz
Cast: Christine Lahti, Campbell Scott, John Heard, Kirsty Mitchell, Alison Pill, Nigel Bennett, Richard Donat, Mauralea Austin, Joseph Rutten, Sophie Hough
Kathryn (Christine Lahti) learns that her pilot husband has been killed in an airplane accident. She is further saddened that he is accused of causing the accident through carelessness. With a pilot friend, Robert (Campbell Scott), she investigates with the intent of clearing his name. But she finds that her husband had a double life. This made-for-TV film is based on a novel by Anita Shreve.
|A Shot at Glory 2000 R, 115 min.|
Director: Michael Corrente
Cast: Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton, Ally McCoist, Kirsty Mitchell, Brian Cox, Cole Hauser, Morag Hood, Libby Langdon, John McVeigh, Owen Coyle, Sheila Latimer, Ida Shuster, Finlay MacDonald, Andy Gray, Alex Howden
Kilnockie Football Club is a second-tier soccer team in Scotland. The owner, American Peter Cameron (Michael Keaton), threatens to move the team away from the loyal town if the team doesn't win the championship, which it has never done. Coach Gordon McLeod (Robert Duvall) has his hands full with making the team a winner–including dealing with a fading, arrogant star that the team has hired and the star's wife, the estranged daughter of the coach.
|1. The Pilot's Wife (2001)|
2. A Shot at Glory (2000)
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