Damian Lewis Double Feature
The great dramatic and comedic talents of Emmy winning actor Damian Lewis (Homeland, Band Of Brothers) are brilliantly shown off in this double-bill of features from the BBC.
Much Ado About Nothing
Playful, cunning and passionate, this modern-day adaptation breathes new life into Shakespeare's classic comedy. Set in a London television news studio, the tension is high between co-anchors and arch enemies Beatrice (Sarah Parish, Hatfields & McCoys) and Benedick (Lewis). But perhaps their open hostility masks passion of a different kind.
Friends And Crocodiles
Acclaimed director and playwright Stephen Poliakoff's Friends And Crocodiles is an intoxicating film which follows the shifting power balance between a boss (Lewis) and his secretary (Jodhi May, Emma) as their careers rise and fall through the changing corporate landscape of 80s and 90s Britain. In his inimitable style, Poliakoff combines cinematic panorama with moments of great intimacy as he and Lewis take an epic sweep through our recent past, creating an unforgettable story.