BBC Sport Relief John Bishop’s Week of Hell (2012)

John Bishop smiling

John Bishop © BBC

Production Company: BBC

Kent Locations Used: Dover, Canterbury, Swale, Medway, Gravesham, Dartford

Comedian John Bishop took on a grueling challenge to raise money for Sport Relief!  Don’t miss the special programme which shows how John was tested to the limit when he cycled, rowed and ran more than 295 miles from Paris to London in just five days.

The 45-year-old started his journey in Paris at 8am on 27th February and didn’t arrive in Calais until nearly 3am, a punishing day of cycling 185 miles. After very little sleep, day two saw John row across the choppy waters of the English Channel to Dover with the help of celebrity friends TV presenter Davina McCall, athlete Denise Lewis and cricketer Andrew Flintoff.

Back on British soil, John had to start the first of his three marathons in three days, which saw him run from Dover to Faversham, passing through Lydden, Shepherswell, Bridge, Canterbury, Dunkirk and Boughton. Along the way, he was once again joined by some famous faces for support – Comedy Dave from The Chris Moyles Show and TV presenter Dermot O’Leary.

Despite being in a lot of pain,  John pushed on through day four of the challenge and ran 28 miles from Faversham to Gravesend via Sittingbourne, Rainham and Rochester, this time joined by his wife, as well as Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles and comedian Frank Skinner.

Day five, the final day of John’s “Week From Hell” saw John start his run in Gravesend, passing through Dartford and Bexleyheath and being joined by footballer Robbie Savage and his sons. His challenge ended in Trafalgar Square in London, where he was met by hundreds of supporters cheering him along and comedian Jason Manford, who announced John had raised over £1 million pounds.

Sport Relief is a charity that was set up in 2002, when Comic Relief and BBC Sport collaborated to make the new charity which would combine sport and fundraising for people who are living in challenging circumstances in both the UK and across the world.

To date, John challenge has raised more than £1.6 million. Don’t miss John Bishop’s Week of Hell on Thursday 22nd March 2012 at 21:00 on BBC1.

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Poirot “The Clocks” (2009)

Poirot The Clocks L-R Geoffrey Palmer & David Suchet standing in front of a mast

Poirot The Clocks featuring L-R Geoffrey Palmer & David Suchet © ITV

Directed By: Charles Palmer

Written By: Agatha Christie (Novel) & Stewart Harcourt (Adaptation)

Starring: David Suchet, Jaime Winstone, Geoffrey Palmer, Phil Daniels, Lesley Sharp, Tom Burke

Production Company: ITV Studios, WGBH, Agatha Christie, Picture Partnership Productions

Kent Filming Locations: Dover Castle, Waterloo Crescent, Dover,  St Margaret’s Bay

Long term fans of the series will be delighted to hear that David Suchet returns to our screens this Christmas as Agatha Christies famous Belgian Detective. The latest episode, “The Clocks”, will be shown on ITV over the festive period.

When Secretary Shelia Webb (Jaime Winstone) runs out of a house into the arms of Lieutenant Colin Race (Tom Burke,) Hercule Poirot is called to Dover to investigate the death of a man who was found surrounded by four clocks, all stopped at the same time.  Shelia becomes the prime murder suspect, despite assurances that she does not even know the victim. While the evidence mounts, Poirot must solve the mystery before another innocent victim is found brutally murdered.

Behind the scenes picture of a car on St. Margaret's Bay promenade

Behind the scenes picture © Kent Film Office

 

Poirot (David Suchet) and Shelia Webb (Jaime Winstone) on set

Poirot (David Suchet) and Shelia Webb (Jaime Winstone) on set © Kent Film Office

Shelia Webb (Jaime Winstone) on set eating an ice cream

Shelia Webb (Jaime Winstone) on set © Kent Film Office

 

Behind the scenes picture - chair with "Poirot" on it surrounded by camera equipment

Behind the scenes picture © Kent Film Office

 

 

The production visited a number of locations in and round the historical town of Dover, including Dover Castle, Waterloo Crescent and the village of St Margaret’s Bay. The bay boasts the famous Art Deco house ‘White Cliffs’, who’s previous owners include Noel Coward (playwright) and Ian Fleming (author of the James Bond novels) and proved to be the ideal setting for this adaptation.

Dover is home to several renowned locations including the port, connecting the UK with the European mainland, Dover Castle which was first built in 1160 and largely remains in the same condition as it was when first constructed and the infamous White Cliffs of Dover. Dover has previously been seen on screen in The Tunnel: Sabotage(2016), The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) and Missing (2009).

Not the only Poirot episode to be filmed in Kent, viewers may remember Hercule Poirot’s Christmas, which was filmed in the village of Chilham in 1995. The village was turned into a winter wonderland as Poirot investigates the murder of multi millionaire Simeon.Celebrating 23 years in his most famous role, David Suchet has signed a deal to film the remaining five Poirot novels, Labours of Hercules, Dead Man’s Folly, The Big Four, Elephants Can Remember and Curtain, which is Poirot’s last case.

Poirot – The Clocks was shown on ITV1 Boxing Day 2009 at 21:00 and is now available to buy on DVD.

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For more information in filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For behind the scenes pictures: http://brochures.moviesite.biz/view/kent/Behind_the_scenes_at_St_Margeret’s_Bay_with_Poirot_-_The_Clocks.html

For more information about Dover: http://www.whitecliffscountry.org.uk/

For more information about Dover Castle: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/dover-castle/

For more information about Hercule Poirot’s Christmas: http://kentfilmoffice.co.uk/2006/01/hercule-poirots-christmas/

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Age of Heroes (2011)

Age of Heroes cast L-R John Dagleish as Rollright, Danny Dyer as Rains, William Houston as Mac, Guy Burnet as Riley, Sean Bean as Jones, Askel Hennie as Steinar

Age of Heroes cast L-R John Dagleish as Rollright, Danny Dyer as Rains, William Houston as Mac, Guy Burnet as Riley, Sean Bean as Jones, Askel Hennie as Steinar © Age of Heroes Ltd.

Director: Adrian Vitoria

Writers: Ed Scates, Adrian Vitoria

Starring: Sean Bean, Danny Dyer, Aksel Hennie,  James D’Arcy

Production Company: Atlantic Swiss Productions/Cinedome/Cinema Five/Giant Films

Kent Filming Locations: Connaught Barracks, Dover, Gravesend Civil Defence Bunker, Pluckley

Age of Heroes Sean Bean as Jones with a gun

Age of Heroes Sean Bean as Jones © Age of Heroes Ltd.

Age of Heroes is a film based on the real-life events of Ian Fleming’s 30 Commando during the Second World War; a team that was one of the most secretive and exclusive Special Forces regiments and created the mould for the modern day SAS.

The film captures the mentally and physically gruelling training endured by the men before they are assigned to a highly dangerous mission behind enemy lines in occupied Norway.  The mission doesn’t go to plan and they find themselves in a deadly situation, outnumbered by enemy soldiers.  It’s then that they rise above being normal soldiers and become heroes.

Adrian Vitoria (The Crew Hollyoaks: Crossing the Line) directs as well as co-wrote the screenplay alongside Ed Scates. Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings, The Martian), Danny Dyer (Doghouse, Eastenders), Aksel Hennie (Headhunters, Hercules) and James D’Arcy (Master and Commander, Cloud Atlas) star.

In 2010 film crews arrived in Kent to shoot the action packed thriller – local village Pluckley, famous as the setting for the popular TV programme The Darling Buds of May, were used in several driving shots with actor Sean Bean.

James D'Arcy as Ian Fleming at a desk

James D’Arcy as Ian Fleming © Age of Heroes Ltd.

The Gravesend Civil Defence Bunker, built in 1954 as an underground command post to be used in the event of nuclear attack during the Cold War, features in the film. It was used to represent the Cabinet War Rooms in London’s Whitehall.  Nearby Cobham Hall, currently a boarding school for girls is a firm favourite for filming in the district of Gravesham. The site was the perfect location to feature as a boarding school in the 2008 film Wild Child (2008).

Another Ministry of Defence location, the Connaught Barracks were also used for filming as a WWII training base. Situated in the district of Dover, the Connaught Barracks are not the only location to have been used for filming in recent years. The historic Dover Castle is a Kent film location favourite as it has been the star location in a number of productions from Lady Jane (1987) to The Other Boleyn Girl (2008).

Age of Heroes was released in 2011 and is now available on DVD.

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For more information about filming in Kent, please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about Pluckley: http://www.pluckley.net/

For more information about the Gravesend Civil Defence Bunker: http://www.discovergravesham.co.uk/gravesend/civil-defence-bunker.html

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Missing Series Two 2010

The Missing Team in Dover © BBC

Starring: Pauline Quirke, Felix Scott, Pooja Shah, Mark Wingett, Adjoa Andoh, Brooke Kinsella, Gary Lucy, Roy Hudd

Production company: Leopard Films

Kent Filming Locations: Dover – Port, White Cliffs, and St Margaret’s Bay, Tonbridge

Following the success of the first series, Pauline Quirke returns in her role as MJ – Head of the police’s Missing Persons Unit for a further 10 episodes of the critically acclaimed programme.

Pauline Quirke in Missing © BBC

Pauline Quirke in Missing © BBC

It is a year on from the first series and MJ is still struggling to live with her sister, who was found in the first series but that’s the least of her troubles as soon her estranged father shows up. Has he really changed or is there more family trouble on the horizon? Things are not easy at the office either, as Amy and Jason’s affair comes to an end when one of them sets their sights on promotion.

Returning for the second series is Pauline Quirke (Broadchurch, Birds of a Feather), Felix Scott (Inception, Blitz Blitz), Pooja Shah (EastEnders, Bend It Like Beckham), Mark Wingett (The Bill, Snow White and the Huntsman) and Adjoa Andoh (Invictus, Casualty). There are also guest appearances from Brooke Kinsella (Eastenders, Kid in the Corner), Gary Lucy (The Bill, Hollyoaks) and Roy Hudd (Coronation Street, Purely Belter).

Missing was filmed on location in Dover including the Port, White Cliffs, and St Margaret’s Bay. They also visited Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.

Dover is best known for the world famous White Cliffs of Dover along with the Port of Dover and Dover Castle. The Dover area has previously featured on screen in The Tunnel: Sabotage (2016), Wolf Hall (2003) and Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows (2011).

Tonbridge is a West Kent market town with a rich cultural heritage and spectacular scenery. The area is surrounded beautiful countryside and boasts castles, stately homes, gardens, farms, as well as sports and leisure facilities. The Tonbridge area has been used by previous productions including Love Your Garden (2013) Piers Morgan’s Life Stories – Dame Kelly Holmes (2012) and Countryfile (2009).

The new series starts on BBC1 from Monday 15th March at 2.15pm.

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For more information about filming in Kent contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00rmx2h

For more information about Dover please visit http://www.whitecliffscountry.org.uk/

For more information about Tonbridge & Malling visit http://www.tmbc.gov.uk/services/leisure-and-culture/tourism-and-travel

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Sea Patrol UK Series 2 2010

Helicopter © Five

Helicopter © Five

A second series of this hit documentary series charts the work of the elite teams that patrol the English Channel.

Production Company: Wall To Wall
Kent Filming Locations:   Channel coastline from Dover

This eight-part series follows the work of the teams that patrol the  world’s busiest waterway ” the English Channel.  There’s high drama as cameras follow the activity of the Coastguard Agency, the RNLI, RAF and Navy rescue crews and the UK Border Agency along the Channel coastline from Dover to Lands End.

Dover is home to UK’s busiest passenger port – The Port of Dover,  the glorious Dover Castle and the infamous White Cliffs of Dover. The Dover area has been used for filming by productions including Marcella (2016), Wolf Hall (2015) and Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows (2011).

Sea Patrol, UK will be shown on National Geographic Channel at 9pm on Mondays from 12 July and on Five later in the year.

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For more information about Dover: http://www.whitecliffscountry.org.uk/Home.aspx

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Missing (2009)

Pauline Quirke and Mark Wingett in Missing

Pauline Quirke and Mark Wingett in Missing © BBC

Director: Laurence Wilson 

Writers: Roy Boulter, Matt Leys, Ann-Marie Di Mambro, Karen McLachlan

Starring: Pauline Quirke, Felix Scott, Pooja Shah, Mark Wingett, Adjoa Andoh

Production Companies: Leopard Films

Kent Filming Locations: Maidstone and Dover Port and White Cliffs.

Mark Wingett, Pauline Quirke, Pooja Shah and Felix Scott near the Port of Dover

Mark Wingett, Pauline Quirke, Pooja Shah and Felix Scott near the Port of Dover © BBC

Missing is a new daytime crime about a small and under-sourced Missing Persons Unit (MPU) based in Dover which is headed up by DS Mary Jane Croft.

The 5 part drama was made to accompany the second series of

Missing: Live 

which examines real life cases and attempts to reunite people with their love ones.

Starring Pauline Quirke (Broadchurch, Birds of a Feather), Felix Scott (Inception, Blitz Blitz), Pooja Shah (EastEnders, Bend It Like Beckham), Mark Wingett (The Bill, Snow White and the Huntsman) and Adjoa Andoh (Invictus, Casualty).

The production visited Kent where they transformed the old Maidstone Borough Council offices on the London Road into their Police Headquarters. The programme also filmed at various locations in and around Maidstone as well as visiting Dover including the Port and White Cliffs.

The county town of Kent, Maidstone boasts shopping areas, bars and restaurants and is home to The Maidstone Studios which is the UK’s largest independent High Definition TV studio facility. Productions which have filmed in the area include Children in Need – The Rickshaw Challenge (2015)Later… with Jools Holland (2015) and Couples Come Dine With Me (2014).

Dover is best known for the world famous White Cliffs of Dover along with the Port of Dover and Dover Castle. The Dover area has previously featured on screen in The Tunnel: Sabotage (2016), Wolf Hall (2015) and Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows (2011).

The first episode aired on BBC One on the 16th March 2009 at 14:15.

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For more information about filming in Kent contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about Maidstone: http://www.visitmaidstone.com/

For more information about Dover: http://www.whitecliffscountry.org.uk/Home.aspx

For more information about the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00rmx2h

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Summertime Blues (2009)

Francois Goeske and Sarah Beck as Alex and Faye sitting on a kitchen counter smiling to each other © Boxfish Films

Francois Goeske and Sarah Beck as Alex and Faye © Boxfish Films

Director: Marie Reich

Writer: Frederike Kopf

Production Company: Boxfish Films

Kent Filming Locations: Faversham, Stodmarsh, Dover

Alex is a teenager whose life is thrown into turmoil following the announcement that his father’s new girlfriend is pregnant and his mother intends to move to England with her new partner and himself in tow.  

Karoline Eichhorn and Alexander Bayer in Summertime Blues

Karoline Eichhorn and Alexander Bayer in Summertime Blues © Boxfish Films

Summertime Blues chronicles Alex’s exile to a sleepy English village and his determination to return to his home-town of Bremen at the earliest opportunity. It’s not long, however, before he begins to make friends, notably Louie and Faye, who show him that life in the middle of nowhere isn’t all that bad. At a crossroads, Alex is torn between his life in Bremen and his new life in England.

In the height of summer 2008, Kent played host to the German production Summertime Blues. Looking for some of Kent’s most idyllic and romantic countryside locations, the crew came to the Film Office to aid them in their search. After weeks of deliberation the production company chose the beautiful market town of Faversham and the picturesque village of Stodmarsh for Alex’s quintessentially English home. Released in Germany this summer, there are unfortunately no current plans to bring the film to the UK.

The coastal town of Dover is home the port, connecting the UK with the European mainland, Dover Castle which towers above the town, signalling Dover’s strategic importance in the defence of the country and the White Cliffs of Dover, one of the most recognised landmarks in Britain. Dover has been used for filming productions such as The Tunnel: Sabotage (2016), Great British Railway Journeys – Series 7 (2016) and On A Clear Day (2005).

Stodmarsh is a small village on the outskirts of the historic City of Canterbury. The Canterbury area has previously featured on screen in projects such as Rustom (2016), Terry and Mason’s Great Food Trip (2015) The Apprentice (2014).

Faversham is a beautiful, historic market town which boasts nearly 500 listed buildings and is set on the picturesque Faversham Creek. It has many restaurants, shops, attractions and beautiful walks. The Faversham area has been used as a film location for productions such as Great British Railway Journeys (2014), Channel 4 drama Southcliffe (2013) and Great British Story: A People’s History (2012).

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For more information about filming in Kent contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about Dover: http://www.whitecliffscountry.org.uk/Home.aspx

For  more information about Faversham visit: www.faversham.org

For more information about the film: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1245539/

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Three Men in Another Boat (2008)

Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara O'Briain sitting on a boat wearing red polo necks and cream shorts

Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara O’Briain on ‘Another Boat’ © Avalon Public Relations LTD

Production Company: Liberty Bell Productions

Kent Locations Used: Dover

The boating trio is back for another series in which they circumnavigate Kent.

After stepping into the footsteps of the famous writer Jerome K. Jerome and rowing their way up the River Thames in BBC Two’s hit series Three Men In A Boat, comedians Rory McGrath (They Think It’s All Over, BBC ONE), Dara O’Briain (Mock The Week, BBC TWO) and Griff Rhys-Jones (Mountain, BBC ONE) return to our television screens this Christmas as they attempt to race Griff’s 1950′s yacht, The Undina.

There’s one major problem however ” Rory and Dara have never sailed before and no-one is quite sure if Griff has the patience to teach them. As Griff says, ‘They’re not really grown up are they, in some respects- the thing that gets me is that I have to turn into the daddy of the group, laying down the rules and ordering them about!’

From critically acclaimed television producers Liberty Bell, Three Men in Another Boat will see keen amateur sailor Griff teaching Rory and Dara, not only how to sail through some of UK’s most treacherous waters, but also how to race a yacht. The voyage sees the inexperienced crew tackling many different nautical challenges including, negotiating waters around Tower Bridge in the heart of London, to very tentatively venturing into the busiest shipping lanes in the world at Dover and finally coming into the sailing mecca of Cowes on the Isle of Wight.  Once there they will be faced with a daunting final test ” a vintage yacht race against the Undina’s sister ship, The Josephine.’

As Dara explains: ‘Three Men In Another Boat is going to be a different experience. The gentle tone of whimsy and happiness that Three Men In A Boat had will be replaced by the tense sound of me and Rory arsing up Griff’s yacht!’

The first of 2 x 60 minute episodes sees them cast off for what promises to be a fraught and challenging journey.   After an early stop at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, it quickly becomes clear that there is a lot of work ahead as the experienced Griff fails to get to grips with a simple demonstration of nautical know-how.

As Rory is only too keen to point out, ‘Griff has just failed to sail the 8 year-olds toy sailing boat. A dead simple thing to do. Which, I think, is rather worrying from the race point of view’.  

As the voyage continues along the UK’s south coast in Griff’s ‘old tub’, he makes the mistake of taking Dara to a boat agent to have a look at something more modern, ‘Why did you show me this, I’ve got to go back to your boat now! That’s like walking your children into the lobby of a hotel then saying, ‘right let’s go back to the caravan!’ Dara suggests the agent comes to value the Undina ” which doesn’t go down at all well with Griff: ‘It like your girlfriend, you don’t want to hear people’s honest opinions about her do you? The last thing I want is for
someone to appear and say ‘well, you could have done better’, or ‘not as beautiful as I thought’, or ‘if I were you I’d get rid of her.’

Along the way we’ll follow the guys as they try to sneak into the Isle of Wight festival to see The Rolling Stones and take in the sites of Brighton and Portsmouth, where Dara finally gets the ship’s helm, but as Griff doesn’t trust him with his boat, he has to make do with the 20,000 tonne British naval flagship, the Ark Royal.

Dover is home to Europe’s busiest ferry port as well as the iconic White Cliffs of Dover and Dover Castle. Productions which have previously filmed in the Dover area include Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Mr Selfridge Series 3 (2015) and Poirot – The Clocks (2009).

The first episode of Three Men In Another Boat was shown on BBC TWO, 1st January 2008 at 8:10pm.

Links:

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information on Dover: http://www.whitecliffscountry.org.uk/Home.aspx

For more information on the programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01p6n4v

 

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Poirot – The Kidnapped Prime Minister (1990)

Poirot - The Kidnapped Prime Minister opening titles - Poirot standing in a spotlight

Poirot – The Kidnapped Prime Minister © ITV

Writer: Agatha Christie (novel), Clive Exton (adaption)

Director: Andrew Grieve

Starring: David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Philip Jackson

Production Company: Carnival Film & Television, London Weekend Television, Picture Partnership Productions

Kent Locations: Ingress Abbey, Greenhithe, St Margaret’s Bay and Dover

This ITV adaption of Poirot – The Kidnapped Prime Minister is based on Agatha Christie’s Poirot Investigates short story collection. After the Prime Minister (Henry Moxon) doesn’t arrive at an important summit in France, Poirot (David Suchet) is called in to investigate. Can he find out what happened to the Prime Minister and bring him home within the day and a half deadline?

Clive Exton (Rosemary & Thyme, The Boundary, Kipps) writes the adaption, with Andrew Grieve (Hornblower: The Even Chance, Lorna Doone, Kingdom) directing. The episode stars David Suchet (A Perfect Murder, Flushed Away, The Bank Job) as Poirot alongside Hugh Fraser (101 Dalmatians, Patriot Games, The Draughtsman’s Contract) and Philip Jackson (My Week with Marilyn, Brassed Off,  Little Voice).

Ingress Abbey features in the episode as the hideout where the kidnappers held the Prime Minister, prior to its restoration. St Margaret’s Bay and Dover Seafront also briefly feature.

Gothic building Ingress Abbey surrounded by trees

Poirot – The Kidnapped Prime Minister Ingress Abbey © ITV

A misty St Margarets Bay with a car driving along

Poirot – The Kidnapped Prime Minister St Margarets Bay © ITV

In Greenhithe, North Kent, the private residence of Ingress Abbey is a Gothic style country house with a large dining hall, ballroom, orangery, panelled passages and rooms.

St Margaret’s Bay is a splendid beach in Dover, near the infamous White Cliffs. Productions which have previously filmed in the Dover area include Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Mr Selfridge Series 3 (2015) and Missing (2009).

Other Poirot episodes to be filmed in Kent include Poirot “The Clocks” (2009) which used Dover Castle, Dover and St Margaret’s Bay and Hercule Poirot’s Christmas (1995) which was filmed in Chilham.

Poirot – The Kidnapped Prime Minister aired in 1990 and is now available for DVD purchase.

Links:

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the programme: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0676177/

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