Drama Box Set - Fifteen and Pregnant / The War Bride / Remember Me / Women of Valor / For the Moment / The Crossing / Along for the Ride / Hidden in America / Map of the World / If Only

Release Date: 07 December 2009 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Fifteen and Pregnant - Tina Spangler is just another happy kid at fourteen. At fifteen she's pregnant and faces the choices of abortion, adoption or the lonely life of a single parent. Abandoned by her boyfriend she has only one person to turn to - her mother, a single parent herself. What starts out as a hopeless tale could re-unite this shattered family.

The War Bride - With all the men away to war, Lily (Anna Friel) falls madly in love and marries a handsome Canadian soldier, Charlie Travis (Aden Young). But Charlie is shipped off to the front and Lily discovers she's expecting his baby, not knowing if she will ever see him alive again. Lily receives instructions from the Canadian Embassy that she is to be shipped across the sea to her new Canadian in-laws.

Remember Me - Struck with profound guild from their young son's death, Menley and Adam (Kelly McGillis and Cotter Smith) take a summer home on Cape Cod. Soon after they move in, strange events start to happen, and before long Menley finds herself caught between the terror of this twisted town and her own fragile sanity.

Women of Valor - A group of American nurses stationed in the Philippines are captured when Japanese forces invade during World War II. In the hands of the enemy, the women are held prisoner for three years and must struggle to survive.

For the Moment - This drama follows the training of Second World War bomber pilots in rural Manitoba during the summer of 1942, as well as the romantic entanglements which overcome them as they contemplate life and love in a world of war.

The Crossing - When Sam arrives back in his home town after 18 months away, his return brings a piece of the outside world into the parochial confines of the small town, provoking mixed reactions, and with this, conflict.

Along for the Ride - Patrick Swayze (Dirty Dancing) and Melanie Griffith (Working Girl) are Ben and Lulu. Years ago, they had an intense passionate affair, a relationship that ended very badly. Now, fifteen years later, he's a successful married writer who gets a desperate call . . . Lulu needs his help. Chaotic and confused, she reveals a huge secret that they alone must deal with. Together on a fiery cross-country journey they will find a new direction that points to their future.

Hidden in America - Story of a man Bill Januson (Beau Bridges) whose pride in being the head of his family won't let him accept help from his sick daughters doctor (Bruce Davison). He has to prove to his kids that even with the death of his wife and the loss of his job that they can and will survive. After hitting brick wall after brick wall comes a glimmer of hope.

Map of the World - Sigourney Weaver stars as Alice Goodwin, a mother of two and part-time school nurse who has moved from the city to help her husband, Howard (David Strathairn), run a farm in rural Wisconsin. Single minded and outspoken, Alice has her own way of looking at life and not everyone in the community takes to her. Tragedy strikes when Alice is minding the children of her best friend and neighbour, Theresa Collins (Julianne Moore), and Theresa'a two year old daughter Lizzy, strays into a pond and drowns.

If Only - Jennifer Love Hewitt stars as a talented young singer/songwriter who's met the love of her life (Paul Nicholls, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason) while studying classical music in London. Unfortunately, on the very day they have a major fight, she's involved in a terrible accident. But when fate miraculously intervenes, her grief-stricken boyfriend gets a second chance to relive the tragic day and hopefully change their destiny in this gripping romantic drama.

Release Date: 07 December 2009
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

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Catalogue No: BVAR0398