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    Birdsong

    Birdsong

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    Women of Brewster Place

    Women of Brewster Place

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    Based on the novel by Gloria Naylor, a group of women live together in a rundown housing project at Brewster Place. They must stick together while struggling with issues surrounding racism, poverty and the men in their lives.moreless
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    Mansfield Park

    Mansfield Park

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    BBC
    Mansfield Park is a dramatic TV series directed by David Giles based on Jane Austen's novel of the same name that centers on the nineteenth century life of Fanny Price (Sylvestra Le Touzel), a young and relatively impoverished girl who is raised in the richer world of her uncle and aunt, Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram (Bernard Hepton and Angela Pleasence). Even though she is raised with her four cousins, Tom (Christopher Villiers), Edmund (Nicholas Farrell), Maria (Samantha Bond), and Julia (Liz Crowther), Fanny is consistently treated as an inferior cousin to all but Edmund, who as a hopeful clergyman often acts towards her with compassion and kindness. As her love for her cousin grows, the vanity and lack of self control the other Betram children have spun to include the solicitous and devious siblings Henry and Mary Crawford (Robert Burbage and Jackie Smith-Wood) in a cruel game of affectionate cat and mouse. In a time where money and standing meant everything, the kind hearted and moral Fanny Price is torn between following her heart and taking any offer of future comfort.moreless
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    When the Levees Broke

    When the Levees Broke

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    HBO
    When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts is a documentary film directed by Spike Lee in conjunction with HBO that focuses on the decimated aftermath of New Orleans, Louisiana after it was brutalized by Hurricane Katrina. A port city well below sea level, New Orleans relied upon levees, slopes and ditches made to hold back water, in order to keep out any of the excess fluid but when Hurricane Katrina hit, fifty different levees broke, leaving almost 80 percent of the city submerged. Spike Lee takes a pensive and heart wrenching look at how the citizens dealt with the devastation of death and disease as their lives were simply washed away in the overflow, a loss that is a definite struggle for the very spirited New Orleans. The film consists of newsreels, photos of Katrina and its trail, and interviews with not only politicians, journalists, and engineers but the people from all over New Orleans who experienced firsthand when the levees broke.moreless
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    The Mystery of Edwin Drood

    The Mystery of Edwin Drood

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    Srugim

    Srugim

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