|The Aryan Couple 2004 PG-13, 118 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: John Daly
Cast: Martin Landau, Judy Parfitt, Kenny Doughty, Caroline Carver, Danny Webb, Christopher Fulford, Steven Mackintosh, Jake Wood, Nolan Hemmings, Austen Palmer, Tyler Bizzell, Gretchen Becker, Richard Bremmer
In 1944, German/Jewish industrialist Joseph Krauzenberg (Martin Landau) opts for "The Europe Plan," which offers wealthy Jewish families the opportunity to emigrate. His emigration is to be exchanged for the family's fortune. His wealth is such that Nazi leaders Adolf Eichmann (Steven Mackintosh) and Heinrich Himmler (Danny Webb) come to his home to deal with the paperwork. During a security check, Krauzenberg's valet and maid, Hans and Ingrid Vassman (Kenny Doughty and Caroline Carver), come under scrutiny and are identified as resistance fighters who now have the opportunity to murder Eichmann and Himmler. Hans and Ingrid wonder if they should ignore the consequences and proceed with the execution that would change the course of history.
|Last Orders 2001 R, 109 min.|
Director: Fred Schepisi
Cast: Michael Caine, Tom Courtenay, David Hemmings, Bob Hoskins, Helen Mirren, Ray Winstone, JJ Feild, Cameron Fitch, Nolan Hemmings, Anatol Yusef
Seventy years of Jack Dodd's (Michael Caine) life are remembered by his friends as they travel from London to a seaside resort to scatter Jack's ashes at sea. The journey brings out good as well as painful memories, which serve as a catalyst in bonding Jack's friends to each other.
|1. The Aryan Couple (2004)|
2. Last Orders (2001)
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