Secrets of a Mother and Daughter 1983

Michael Nouri is one that mother, daughter, friends or any woman would love to be involved with. He's so handsome. Katherine Ross plays the mother that is still very beautiful at her age. Linda Hamilton plays her daughter

The Bus Coach Journey 1986

Pensioners Alfred, Rut, Sara, Hilma and Bertil are going on an unforgettable bus journey to Holland to meet spring. During the trip the five recounts their lives. Sara's grief, Rut that never got to meet her dad, Hilma and her cottage life and Alfred who has been in love multiple times.

Who get's the friends 1988

Neat and interesting story about a couple being divorced. It is easy to split all the things they've bought, but the real question is: Who gets the friends?

Dr. Fischer of Geneva

Dr. Fischer has an unusual hobby - to expose human greed. How much humiliation will his fellow man endure enticed by valuable presents? Dignity for money! Death for money?

The Killing Yard 2001

Lawyers must defend a prisoner accused of murdering two of his inmates during the Attica prison riots in 1971.

Jare vs. Cheek 2015

TV-documentary follows Finland's most popular hip hop artist Cheek song-making and stadium gig planning. What kind of person is Jare Henrik Tiihonen, when the Cheek is taking a break?

The Moon 2006

1972 was the year a great affair ended, as the human race fell out of love with the moon. Just three years after the world was gripped by Neil Armstrong's giant leap for mankind, the last man left the moon and we have never been back. This film tells the epic story of our love affair with the moon - what inspired it, how it faded away and how we are now falling in love all over again.

Schoolgirl Chums 1982

In the 1930's, Alison starts a new boarding school and becomes embroiled in a sinister plot to dethrone the royal family of Bosnovia.

The Bullion Boys 1993

Based on a true story. In 1940, Britain's gold reserves were transferred for safety to Liverpool because of the threat of a German invasion. The top-secret operation was known only to a handful of security men and senior bank officials... and a group of Liverpool dockers who handle the move. Billy Mac, the dockers' leader, hatches an ingenious plan to steal some of the gold bars from under the noses of the guards.

The Persians 1961

Les Perses (The Persians) is a French TV movie adaptation of Aeschylus' oldest known tragedy, Πέρσαι (Persai). It was originally broadcasted in October 31, 1961. The play deals with the aftermath of the Persian defeat in the battle of Salamis (480 BC), which makes it the only Greek tragedy that deals with a real historical event.

Kapitein Zeppos 1964

A strange man arrives in Belder on horseback, and introduces himself as Captain Zeppos. Initially, he is met with suspicion and jealousy, but he soon befriends a local, Ben Kurrel. It becomes apparent that Zeppos had a motive to come to Belder: when in Greece a stranger had made him an offer on a piece of land he had inherited near the town. Ben Kurrel and his friend Rita Mees help him investigate the mystery.

Suffer The Little Children 1994

Deborah Hayes is charged with murdering her son Michael, aged 8 months. In the Police Interview Room, suffering from the immediate after-shock of the event, Deborah explains to two police officers and her solicitor why she gave her suffering son her own sleeping tablets and then attempted suicide herself.

Speaking In Tongues 1994

Tony Marchant's eloquent and painful play about the changes to how people are employed, and what that does to their sense of self.