Ladies In Lavender
It’s 1936, and two sisters, Janet and Ursula Widdington, are at their beach house in Cornwall for some rest and relaxation. But their idyll is interrupted when they chance upon a mystery man awash on the beach and decide to nurse him back to health. Turns out he’s Andrea, a violinist who was bound for America when his ship encountered trouble. Before long, he takes the quiet fishing village by storm.
Falling for a Dancer
Unattached and pregnant with a dashing actor’s child, 19-year-old Elizabeth avoids a shameful public scandal by marrying a widower she doesn’t love. But is she strong enough to endure the pressures of becoming a first-time mother, learning to raise her stepchildren and living on a remote Irish peninsula? This made-for-television movie based on the novel by Deirdre Purcell.
Good Bye Lenin
Alex’s mother falls into a coma just as the Berlin Wall is about to come down. But when she wakes up eight months later, her heart is too weak to withstand shock — so Alex goes to great lengths to keep the truth about her country’s reform a secret.
When the long-lost “red violin,” a rare instrument crafted during the Italian Renaissance, shows up at a modern auction, it reveals its mysterious history — and the lives of its previous owners — in a series of flashbacks spanning three centuries.
In the year 2035, convict James Cole volunteers reluctantly to be sent back in time by scientists to discover the origin of a deadly virus that wiped out nearly all of the earth’s population decades earlier. But when Cole is sent mistakenly to 1990 instead of 1996, he’s arrested and locked up in a mental hospital, where he meets a psychiatrist and the son of a famous virus expert.
Synopsis via Netflix.
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