After the end of the Dirty War, a high school teacher sets out to find out who the mother of her adopted daughter is.
Like a warped fun-house mirror, the song-poem industry has run parallel to the mainstream music business for close to a century; it's estimated that over 200,000 song-poems have been recorded since 1900. The genre's durability can be traced to three of our deepest American desires - to be in show business, to get rich quick, and to share and express our deepest feelings. We meet several of the "songwriters" - from an elderly woman to a young African-American man to a small-town Iowan with big-time dreams - each of whom has been in the "business" for awhile, churning out odd compositions that cover the waterfront of American obsessions, from Jesus to genitalia, from politics to Elvis. We also meet the producers (often known as song-sharks) who hold out the tantalizing promise of fame to their eager customers, and the has-been musicians who sit in studios, day after day and year after year...
When Lexicon "Lex" Morrison threatens to retire from the LA Knights, the team owner forces the team publicist and trainer to get Lex back in shape to pass a physical and play another season. Chip and Kirby move in to Lex's house to try to keep Lex from his hard partying, over-eating and embarrassing public displays or they too will lose their positions with the Knights.
Genius, Maverick, Legend, George Best is perhaps the most talented footballer ever to walk the face of the earth. Best was the best, Pele, Cryuff, Maradona – all were superb but Best had their talent and more. George Best had the confidence and arrogance to try absolutely anything – he knew he was a genius and was not afraid to show the world. He revelled in the limelight but as the first of the new superstars, he found himself unable to cope with the temptations thrown at his feet – alcohol, late nights & women. He indulged them all and as a result walked out of top class professional football in 1972 aged just 26.
A film about the former Principal Police Intelligence Analyst.
A collection of football star Ian Rush's best goals together with interviews with friends, family and colleagues. Rush guides you through his school days, his triumphs at Liverpool and his ill-fated trip to Italy before his return to Liverpool
Champions of Europe is a celebration of 50 years of outstanding football competition as told by the clubs and players who made the contest so unforgettable. Featuring all the most memorable players, goals and performances from every European Cup final ever played, it also contains extended highlights and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the thrilling Liverpool v AC Milan final in Istanbul 2005. As the only official UEFA history of the competition, the DVD also offers unparallelled access to the big-name players with Cruyff, Beckenbauer, Zidane, Beckham, Eusebio, Charlton, Maldini, Gerrard and many more sharing their memories of the games and performances that made them legends.
The untold true story: The rise and fall of the greatest funk band ever, Parliament Funkadelic.
To celebrate the centenary of the Royal Air Force, Ewan and Colin McGregor take to the skies in some of the world's most iconic planes. These are the planes that were involved in aerial combat at every stage of the RAF's story, from the biplanes used in the early days of dogfighting in World War I to the beautiful Spitfire of the Battle of Britain, the plucky Lysander and on to mighty Vulcan nuclear bomber, as well as the Chinook helicopter and supersonic Typhoon that are still in service today. It is a story of amazing machines and epic battles, but above all it is the story of the men and women whose courage and ingenuity have been at the heart of the RAF for 100 years. On their journey Ewan and Colin meet an amazing cast of characters.
A series of high-end documentaries that offers a unique and enthralling insight into one of football’s most revered competitions: the UEFA EURO.