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Salaam BombayDirector: Mira Nair
From director Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding), Salaam Bombay! is a ""brilliantly achieved, stunning and powerful"" (Los Angeles Times) film that ""burst onto the Indian cinema scene with the force of a tornado"" (Time Out London)! Winner of the Camera d'Or at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival and nominated for Best Foreign Film Oscar in 1989, this riveting look at life on the hardened streets of Bombay went on to accumulate accolades and awards across the globe!
Hidden AgendaDirector: Ken Loach
Mastered in HD! Acting greats Frances McDormand (Fargo) and Brian Cox (The Bourne Identity) confront danger and deception at every turn in this chilling and explosive story set in strife- torn Northern Ireland.
Hidden FearDirector: Andre De Toth
American policeman Mike Brent (John Payne, 99 River Street, The Crooked Way) arrives in Denmark to help clear his sister (Natalie Norwick, 23 Paces to Baker Street) from a murder she hasn’t committed, even though all the evidence leads to her being the murderer.
British Noir Collection III [The Frightened Lady / The Brass Monkey / Third Time Lucky / Tall Headlines / Breakaway]Director: Terence Young, George King, Thornton Freeland
This five-film collection assembles some of the lesser-known Brit Noir titles from various British studios, featuring such major talents as actors Carole Landis, Glynis Johns, Mai Zetterling, Honor Blackman, Herbert Lom, Terry-Thomas and Dennis Price.
Cry of the CityDirector: Robert Siodmak
Martin Rome (Richard Conte) is a cop killing thief who escapes from prison, with two police detectives played by Victor Mature and Fred Clark, hot on his trail. On the run, Rome is helped by a sleazy lawyer (Berry Kroeger) and two girlfriends, Teena (Debra Paget) and Brenda (Shelley Winters).
The Girl HuntersDirector: Roy Rowland
Private Eye, Mike Hammer's sexy secretary Velda is missing... and Hammer's hot on her trail. Mickey Spillane himself, the best-selling author of The Girl Hunters, turns in a "tremendous" performance (Time magazine) in the leading role. Count on some pulse-pounding action when Hammer tangles with a ruthless band of communist spies determined to see him dead. But even more dangerous might be the seductive, bikini-clad widow (Shirley Eaton, Goldfinger) who's caught Hammer's eye. Loaded with extras.
British Noir: Five Film CollectionDirector: David MacDonald, Carl Lamac, Ralph Thomas, Roy Ward Baker, Ronald Neame
While the film noir movement may seem like a distinctly American phenomenon, British studios embarked on their own shadowy thrillers, laced with postwar cynicism. This five-DVD collection assembles some of the lesser-known Brit noir titles from the Rank Studios, featuring such major talents as actors James Mason, Trevor Howard, and John Mills; and directors Ronald Neame and Roy Ward Baker.