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Siraj Syed reviews Lion: Soaring emotions, roaring cinema

Siraj Syed reviews Lion: Soaring emotions, roaring cinema Lion is the tale of mothers and sons, brothers and sisters, separation and unification, brimming with humanity, and yet not fighting shy of tilting the camera down, to capture the grim realities of crime and perversion in a cruel and miserable world. All those who frown upon technology as the bane of the 21st century, here’s a glorious tribute to the great service it can and is meant to render, and does, as evidenced in the film....

The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce - Available on DVD Now

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This high-quality BBC/ABC historical drama tells the gruesome but true story of Irish convict turned cannibal, Alexander Pearce. Launching nationwide with event screenings and being shown on the ABC in March 2009. This fascinating tale boasts some of Australia's finest young talent (both in front and behind the camera) and will shock and enthral. Starring Adrian Dunbar, Ciaran McMenamin, Dan Wyllie, Don Hany, Chris Haywood, Bob Franklin, Richard Green http://shop.abc.net.au/bro...

The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce - Movie Trailer

In 1822, eight men escape from the most isolated and brutal prison on earth, Sarah Island in Van Diemens Land. Only one man survives, and his tale of betrayal, murder and cannibalism shocks the British establishment to the core. This story is the last confession of Alexander Pearce.
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