"Holby City" The Key Is Fear
- 62 min
Sam's poor attendance is reported to Connie by Greene who calls a meeting of the senior staff. Connie proposes moving him to Keller from Darwin until he recovers. Jac seizes on the opportunity to take his place in Darwin. Sam is gutted but realizes it is for the best. Unknown to Chrissie, Stuart backed Sam going to Darwin so that he and Chrissie could be together. When Chrissie finds evidence about this she breaks up with Stuart, and he in turn breaks his AA pledge, returning to alcohol. Elsewhere, Donna tries in vain to get Linden to notice her but she fails miserably. Meanwhile, Faye asks Michael to speak to Joseph about a procedure called Deep Brain Simulation (DBS) which could help his brother come out of his coma. Joseph is against it and later tells Faye that he has decided to let him go after she tells him that she was married before to a man who died of cancer. But as he is saying his goodbyes Joseph's brother suddenly opens his eyes.
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"Imagine" Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens
- 60 min
Barbara Leibovitz's intimate biography of her sister the photographer Annie Leibovitz.
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"Lost" There's No Place Like Home: Part 1
- 43 min
Jack and Kate head off into the jungle to search for the helicopter landing site, just as Sawyer, Miles, and baby Aaron run into them to update them on the facts, including Claire's mysterious disappearance. Meanwhile, Sayid also returns to the island on the motor raft hoping to take a few people to the freighter offshore while Desmond, still aboard, learns what Michael intends to do. In a flash-forward, Jack, Kate, Sayid, Sun, Hurley, and Claire's baby son Aaron arrive safely back in Hawaii from their ordeal where they set about trying to keep the true facts of what happened on the island to protect the ones left behind... and themselves.
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"Lost" There's No Place Like Home: Part 2
- 84 min
Jack and Sawyer find Hurley outside the Orchid, and Locke asks Jack to stay on the island or lie if he leaves the place in order to protect the island. Meanwhile, Kate, Sayid and The Others rescue Ben from Keamy, killing his men, but Keamy escapes from the ambush. Ben agrees to leave Kate and Sayid go to the helicopter, where they meet Jack, Sawyer and Hurley, and they fly to the supply vessel with Frank. Meanwhile, Daniel brings the survivors to the vessel in the Zodiac, but Michael, Desmond and Jin try to disarm the powerful bomb, using nitrogen to hold the battery activation. When Keamy reaches the Orchid, he tells Ben that if he dies, the ship would explode, but Ben kills the killer of his daughter, arming the bomb on board. Then Ben provokes an explosion in the Orchid and opens an access to a refrigerated spot where he spins a device, moving the island. Three years in the future, Jack tries to convince Kate to return to the island to save the survivors. Walt visits Hurley in a mental institution and later Sayid asks Hurley to leave the asylum to go to a safer place with him. Sun has a meeting with Widmore in London. In the end, Jack meets Ben in a funeral home where the identity of the corpse in the coffin is finally disclosed.
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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
"Mist: Sheepdog Tales" Top Dog
- 11 min
Naughty Eddie sets up a competition to discover who the best sheepdog on Borough Farm is. Is it brave Ernie? Speedy Jake? Nimble Mist? The answer comes as a surprise to all of them.
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"Six Feet Under" It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
- 54 min
Christmas Eve - and the 1-year anniversary of Nate and Brenda's meeting and Nathaniel Fisher's death - is approaching, and this year, the Fishers are requested by the Hell's Angels motorcyclists to allow the funeral home to be open on Christmas Day so they can have a party/memorial service for Jesse Ray Johnson, who was involved in a motorcycle accident on his way to his part-time job as a mall Santa while greeting some kids. The family (and Rico) each remember their last moments with Nathaniel and, in most cases, regret what they didn't do for him before he died. On Christmas Eve Brenda's mother invites Brenda and Nate over for dinner with a "special guest", who turns out to be Billy. Ruth prepares to take Claire to church with David out to visit Keith and Taylor, but they never make it when they enter Nikolai's shop to see it robbed and him shot in the legs with both now broken. Ruth decides, to the chagrin of the family, that he'll stay with them until he can walk, since he has no insurance. Nate is forced to confess his AVM to Brenda when he has a seizure as they sleep together. On Christmas Day, Marrilyn Johnson offers Nate a motorcycle as a gift so he can live every day to the fullest. Toby, Keith, and Taylor are invited for dinner that evening. Rico has a good holiday with his family - until his cousin Ramone arrives to attack him when he's forced to tell Vanessa he's gay and she told his wife. Also, Claire's holiday takes an interesting turn when Toby calls her "hostile" and she drives him away, though she does enjoy keeping in touch with Billy Chenowith.
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- 90 min
An eleven-year-old Turkish boy, two young men from a small town, and a cuckolded policeman from the sticks all find their way to Berlin on May Day, where, in the district of Kreuzberg, emotions come to the boil every year. Little Yavuz is eager to gain recognition and is determined to 'floor a cop' in order to impress his older brother. But then he meets Hary, a onetime member of the student revolts of the late sixties, and things turn out completely differently. Jacob and Pelle from Minden are hell-bent on having a boys' own adventure in the capital. They are a couple of inquisitive tourists cruising for a bruising, drifting aimlessly between sightseeing, their search for the city's best kebab shop and the protest march of the anarchic 'Black Block'. As the ruckus begins, policeman Uwe has problems of quite a different kind. He and his colleague have been assigned to calm the situation in Kreuzberg. But his wife turns unfaithful and he finds himself in the midst of a major personal crisis. Will his colleague's suggestion to seek distraction at a cop-friendly bordello help him out of his doldrums? Four lives, four different stories and predicaments. Four people who each experience their very own May Day, after which nothing will ever be the same. Written by G. Wilewski
10 Promises to My Dog
- 117 min
One day a puppy comes to the house of Akari, who has just turned twelve, and was trying hard to act strong after her mother suddenly fell ill. She immediately falls in love with the puppy and names it "Socks" after the paws which looked like they had white socks on. Akari was together with Socks day and night. However, as Akari grows up, her feelings and interest moves away from Socks. Year by year, their distance grows, which also leads to her physical distance as she moves to a far off city, and must leave Socks behind to a childhood friend.One day Akari remembers the 10 promises that she had made with Socks and her deceased mother...
- 109 min
From director Roland Emmerich comes a sweeping odyssey into a mythical age of prophesies and gods, when spirits rule the land and mighty mammoths shake the earth.
In a remote mountain tribe, the young hunter, D'Leh (Steven Strait), has found his heart's passion - the beautiful Evolet (Camilla Belle). When a band of mysterious warlords raid his village and kidnap Evolet, D'Leh is forced to lead a small group of hunters to pursue the warlords to the end of the world to save her.
- 105 min
A young woman, Marnie Watson, is granted early release from her prison sentence for manslaughter (killing her husband - a violent NYC cop - in self defense) on condition she wear an electronic ankle bracelet and remain within her home, effectively under house arrest, for the remainder of her sentence.