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National Geographic The First Grader DVD
National Geographic The First Grader DVD
In a small, remote mountain top primary school in the Kenyan bush, hundreds of children are jostling for a chance for the free education newly promised by the Kenyan government. One new applicant causes astonishment when he knocks on the door of the school. He is Maruge (Oliver Litondo), an old Mau Mau veteran in his eighties, who is desperate to learn to read at this late stage of his life. He fought for the liberation of his country and now feels he must have the chance of an education so long denied even if it means sitting in a classroom alongside six-year-olds. Moved by his passionate plea, head teacher Jane Obinchu (Naomie Harris), supports his struggle to gain admission and together they face fierce opposition from parents and officials who don't want to waste a precious school place on such an old man. Full of vitality and humor, the film explores the remarkable relationships Maruge builds with his classmates some eighty years his junior. Through Maruge's journey, we are taken back to the shocking untold story of British colonial rule 50 years earlier where Maruge fought for the freedom of his country, eventually ending up in the extreme and harsh conditions of the British detention camps. The First Grader is a heart-warming and inspiring true story of one man's fight for what he believes is his right in order to overcome the burdens of his past. It is a triumphant testimony to the transforming force of education. Special Features: Making Of The First Grader , Short Documentary Film, Bonus Interviews, Coming Attractions. Not available for shipment outside of the U.S.
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10-Movie Family Pack (Full Frame)
10-Movie Family Pack (Full Frame)
Thicker Than Water: A faded photograph leads powerful attorney Natalie Jones to the bittersweet secret of her late father's past. She takes to the sprawling countryside, where horses run free, families are bound by honor, true love really exists, and Natalie discovers her own past - and an enlightened future. Uncross The Stars: After suffering the tragic death of his wife, Troy Harper finds himself following her last request - to build a porch for his Aunt Hilda. At Happy Valley, Hilda's Arizona retirement community, Troy meets her gruff neighbor, Bobby Walden and a bawdy, wise-cracking, adorable group of elderly women who help him discover the special, surprising meaning behind his wife's mysterious wish that he uncross the stars. Hidden in Silence: Przemysl, Poland, WWII. Germany emerges victorious over the Russians, and the city comes under Nazi control. The Jewish are sent to the ghettos. This is the true story of a young woman's selfless commitment and unwavering resolve in the face of war. Fielder's Choice: Life is perfect for promising advertising executive Phillip Fielder from his high-rise views down to his Tag Heuer watch and Armani suits. No disruptions, no disorder. Out of the blue, Phillip's life is first shaken by the death of his sister Jill - and then by the news that he's been given temporary custody of Zach, his autistic eight-year-old nephew whom he barely knows. Baker's Hawk: Because he's the son of a political leader in town, Billy Baker struggles to fit in. When he rescues an injured hawk, Billy takes it to Mr. McGraw, the town outcast who has a way with animals. As the two nurse the hawk back to health, the bond between boy, bird, and misunderstood recluse sparks newfound confidence and courage in Billy. Following Her Heart: Ann-Margret gives a touching performance as Ingalill Lundquist, a musically-talented, newly-widowed housewife with a stifling marriage finally behind her. With nobody to impress and nothing to lose, she heads to Nashville via bus tour to take a chance on country music. Ordinary Miracles: Rewards come to those who are blessed with an open heart - a lesson learned by a young girl who dreams of a past she never had... and by a woman who yearns to make that dream come true. Where There's a Will: Full of wisdom and heart, unexpected humor and the unpredictable turns of life, Where There's a Will is a film about the value of family ties and the second chances we sometimes take for granted. The Inheritance: From Louisa May Alcott comes this passionate story of forbidden love and dangerous rivalry in 19th century New England. Little Girl Lost: Clara and Tim Brady have been the loving parents of Tella DeBusk since she was a one-year-old. Now, their family is being torn apart by court mandates and a children's services bureau that demands she be placed back into the custody of her natural father, a suspected child abuser.
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Six Gun Movies (Full Frame)
Six Gun Movies (Full Frame)
Evil Roy Slade: An all-star cast headlines this hilarious made-for-television movie spoof on the western genre. John Astin (The Addams Family) plays Evil Roy Slade, the meanest villain in the West. The good guys do not have a chance, as Evil Roy turns the tables on the classic western story of good triumphing over evil. Yuma: Clint Walker and Barry Sullivan star in this explosive Western, set in the wild and lawless Yuma Territory of the 1800s. United States Marshal Dave Harmon (Walker) is appointed by the Governor to bring order to the territory, known for running off any lawman who dares to bring the rowdies to heel. San Francisco Story: The rip-roaring California Gold Rush city of 1850s San Francisco comes to life in this gripping western tale of love and law and order on the Barbary Coast, starring Joel McCrea and Yvonne DeCarlo. Into the Badlands is a trilogy of Western tales in a high-concept style reminiscent of Rod Serling's Twilight Zone, the Old West like you've never seen it before! These macabre and super-natural stories take place in the 1870's following the trail of a bounty hunter who changes the lives of the people he meets while relentlessly pursuing the outlaw Red Roundtree. In Against a Crooked Sky, a color remake of the classic John Ford western The Searchers, Richard Boone gives one of the best performances of his long career. Boone plays the part of Russian, an aging trapper recruited to help rescue a teenage girl from a band of Native Americans holding her hostage in the wilds of Utah's vast wilderness. Treasury of Ruby Hills: A violent feud over water rights in the old West sets the stage for this gritty western, sparked by an all-star cast including Zachary Scott, Lee Van Cleef, Barton MacLane and Lola Albright. Cattle ranchers Chalk Reynolds (MacLane) and his ilk have successfully driven off most of the small ranchers from the Ruby Hills country, relying on two ruthless enforcers, Frank Emmet (Van Cleef) and Jack Voyle (Gordon Jones) to do their dirty work.
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