|Case of Evil 2002 TV, 90 min.|
Genre: Action / Mystery
Director: Graham Theakston
Cast: James D'Arcy, Vincent D'Onofrio, Roger Morlidge, Richard E. Grant, Gabrielle Anwar, Nicholas Gecks, Peter-Hugo Daly, Struan Rodger, Mihai Bisericanu, Sandu Mihai Gruia
Young Sherlock Holmes (James D'Arcy) is not the staid man depicted by Sir A. Conan Doyle, but a brash investigator who enjoys his popularity. He gains experience and some humility when he first meets the dastardly Professor Moriarty (Vincent D'Onofrio) while investigating a series of murders. Holmes even becomes Moriarty's prisoner where he is introduced to heroin.
|Chariots of Fire 1981 PG, 120 min.|
Director: Hugh Hudson
Cast: Ben Cross, Ian Charleson, Ian Holm, Patrick Magee, Alice Krige, Nigel Davenport, Nigel Havers, John Gielgud, Lindsay Anderson, Peter Egan, Nicholas Farrell, Cheryl Campbell, Dennis Christopher, Struan Rodger, David Yelland
This is an inspiring story based on the 1924 Olympic games. Two British runners Harold Abrahams and Sam Mussabini (Ben Cross and Ian Holm) practice their sport while working out personal concerns with anti-Semitism and Christian missionary work, respectively. The film won Academy Awards for Best Picture, Writing, Costume Design, and Musical Score. Nominations were received for Best Supporting Actor (Holm) and Director.
|Dark Obsession 1989 NC-17, 85 min.|
Director: Nick Broomfield
Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Amanda Donohoe, Struan Rodger, Douglas Hodge, Peter Sands, David Delve, Michael Hordern, Ian Carmichael, Judy Parfitt, Ralph Brown
Following a night of revelry, a drunken Sir Hugo (Gabriel Byrne) is responsible for a hit-and-run car accident. The four witnesses take a vow of secrecy to protect Hugo from the law in this story depicting the British "upper-crust" as those who do all the proper things in public but sink into lives of deceit in private.
|1. Case of Evil (2002)|
2. Chariots of Fire (1981)
3. Dark Obsession (1989)
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