|The Cement Garden 1993 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Andrew Birkin
Cast: Andrew Robertson, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Alice Coulthard, Ned Birkin, Sinead Cusack, Hanns Zischler, Jochen Horst, Gareth Brown, Dick Flockhart, Mike Clark
Four London siblings Jack, Julie, Sue, and Tom (Andrew Robertson, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Alice Coulthard, and Ned Birkin) live alone in their concrete-walled home. First, their father died, and then their mother (Sinead Cusack) also died–she is secretly buried in the basement so that the kids can still get her allotment checks. The plot deals with the relationships between the four and how they can continue maintaining their secret.
|Eastern Promises 2007 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: David Cronenberg
Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Naomi Watts, Vincent Cassel, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Sinead Cusack, Jerzy Skolimowski, Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, Aleksander Mikic, Shannon-Fleur Roux, Raza Jaffrey, Josef Altin, Mina E. Mina, Lalita Ahmed
While serving as a midwife in London's Russian emigre section, Anna's (Naomi Watts) patient dies while giving birth. Anna determines to find the baby's family rather than put the baby in the foster-care system. Anna uses the girl's diary, and the clues, albeit in Russian, lead her to Semyon (Armin Mueller-Stahl) who, unknown to Anna, heads a brutal crime family. Semyon wants to get his hands on the diary because of the secrets it holds, and he also wants the baby. But, the diary is not the only thing holding secrets. Semyon's son Dirill (Vincent Cassel) and underling Nickolai (Viggo Mortensen) have their own secrets–some of which are revealed in the diary–and will stop at nothing to get their hands on that diary. Mortensen received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
|I Capture the Castle 2003 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Tim Fywell
Cast: Romola Garai, Rose Byrne, Henry Thomas, Marc Blucas, Bill Nighy, Tara Fitzgerald, Sinead Cusack, Henry Cavill, Sarah Woodward, James Faulkner, David Bamber, Helena Little
Cassandra (Romola Garai), a naive 17 year old, lives in a run-down English castle with her eccentric family. When new landlords from America–Simon (Henry Thomas) and Neil (Marc Blucas)–arrive on the scene, Cassandra's eyes are opened to reveal how her own scheming can lead to despair.
|The Nephew 1998 N/R, 107 min.|
Director: Eugene Brady
Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Hill Harper, Aislin McGuckin, Donal McCann, Niall Toibin, Sinead Cusack, Phelim Drew, Lorraine Pilkington, Luke Griffin, Tony Rohr
Tony's sister sailed to America years ago, never to be heard from again until her son, Chad (Hill Harper), appeared in the little Irish town of her birth to scatter her ashes. Old conflicts soon resurface between Tony (Donal McCann) and a bar owner, Joe Brady (Pierce Brosnan), and come into focus when Chad begins dating Brady's daughter (Aislin McGuckin).
|Passion of Mind 1999 PG-13, 105 min.|
Director: Alain Berliner
Cast: Demi Moore, Stellan Skarsgard, William Fichtner, Sinead Cusack, Peter Riegert, Matthew Beisner, Joss Ackland, Chaya Cuenot, Julianne Nicholson, Gerry Bamman
In this psychological, romantic chiller, Demi Moore takes on dual roles of Marty and Marie who live diverse lifestyles but are all too aware of each other through dreams.
|Rocket Gibraltar 1988 PG, 100 min.|
Director: Daniel Petrie
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Suzy Amis, Patricia Clarkson, John Glover, Bill Pullman, Kevin Spacey, Frances Conroy, Sinead Cusack, Macaulay Culkin, Angela Goethals
A family reunion is planned for grandfather (Burt Lancaster) in this touching film that includes equal amounts of humor and pathos.
|Stealing Beauty 1996 R, 102 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Bernardo Bertolucci
Cast: Liv Tyler, Carlo Cecchi, Sinead Cusack, Jeremy Irons, Jean Marais, Donal McCann, D.W. Moffett, Stefania Sandrelli, Jason Flemyng, Joseph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz, Anna-Maria Gherardi, Ignazio Oliva, Francesco Siciliano, Mary Jo Sorgani
Lucy Harmon (Liv Tyler) is a beautiful, sexy young woman who, after her mother commits suicide, searches in Tuscany for the identity of her father. She visits artist Ian's (Donal McCann) villa and meets an eclectic group of characters who wander in and out of the villa.
|The Tiger's Tail 2006 N/R, 106 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: John Boorman
Cast: Brendan Gleeson, Kim Cattrall, Ciaran Hinds, Sinead Cusack, Sean McGinley, Ruth McCabe, Angeline Ball, John Kavanagh, Eanna MacLiam, Mark Lambert, Michael McElhatton, Stanley Townsend, Ned Dennehy, Derry Power
Wealthy real-estate developer Liam O'Leary (Brendan Gleeson) discovers that he was adopted when he meets the down-and-out twin brother (also played by Gleeson) he never knew existed. The brother lures Liam out of the city and begins to take over his identity. In the process, the twin takes over Liam's business and even his wife Jane (Kim Cattrall). Now their positions are reversed. Liam is penniless while it is the evil twin who now appears to have it all.
|Uncovered 1994 N/R, 105 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Jim McBride
Cast: Kate Beckinsale, John Wood, Sinead Cusack, Paudge Behan, Art Malik, Michael Gough, Helen McCrory, Peter Wingfield, Anthony Milner, James Villiers
Julia (Kate Beckinsale), who makes a living restoring old paintings, finds the words, "who killed the knight," in a painting. Curious, Julia works with chess expert Domenec (Paudge Behan) to uncover that murder and then suspects that a series of murders involving her friends may be related to the investigation.
|V for Vendetta 2006 R, 132 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: James McTeigue
Cast: Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving, Stephen Rea, Stephen Fry, John Hurt, Tim Pigott-Smith, Rupert Graves, Roger Allam, Ben Miles, Sinead Cusack, Natasha Wightman, John Standing, Eddie Marsan
Set in the future after World War III resulted in Great Britain becoming a totalitarian state with Adam Sutler (John Hurt) in charge, this story involves the efforts of a masked man, V (Hugo Weaving), to ignite a revolution. With help from Evey (Natalie Portman) who he had rescued from an assault by government forces, V struggles against the oppressive forces of Britain's government.
|Waterland 1992 R, 95 min.|
Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal
Cast: Jeremy Irons, Sinead Cusack, Lena Headey, Grant Warnock, Ethan Hawke, John Heard, Pete Postlethwaite, Cara Buono
Tom Crick (Jeremy Irons) is an Englishman who suffers a nervous breakdown while teaching history in Pittsburgh. Failing to reach his disinterested students, he sends them the wrong message, but, at the same time, uncovers his wife Mary's (Sinead Cusack) secret past experiences.
|1. The Cement Garden (1993)|
2. Eastern Promises (2007)
3. Hoffman (1970)
4. I Capture the Castle (2003)
5. The Nephew (1998)
6. Passion of Mind (1999)
7. Rocket Gibraltar (1988)
8. Stealing Beauty (1996)
9. The Tiger's Tail (2006)
10. Uncovered (1994)
11. V for Vendetta (2006)
12. Waterland (1992)
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