Shattering The Silence

Release Date: 17 October 2011 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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United in a strong, loving marriage, Veronica Ricci (JOANNA KERNS, Growing Pains) and her husband Ted (MICHAEL BRANDON, Dempsey & Makepeace) feel their world is complete with the arrival of their first child. But their joy is short-lived. A chance remark by Veronica's father, Malcolm, triggers off a horrific suppressed memory from Veronica's childhood.

Her mind filled with disturbed but confusing images, Veronica begins to disintegrate mentally. Fearing her memories may be delusions, she turns to her estranged sister, Becky (SHELLEY HACK, the original TV version of Charlie's Angels), who reveals a terrible secret from her own past: that when she was a little girl, their father sexually abused her. But challenging Malcolm Worth is no easy task: he is a successful businessman and a respected pillar of the community, married to Clair, a poised and perfect wife. With their marriage near breaking point, Ted persuades Veronica to see Walter, a therapist, who probes Veronica s childhood and uncovers further and much more personal evidence of her father's vile actions. And is history about to repeat itself? Is Malcolm homing in on his next victim: Christy, the daughter of Veronica's brother, Tom? And might Veronica and Ted's own child be at risk from her predatory grandfather?

Other Side of Love

Single mother Annie Gallagher (Cheryl Ladd) is a woman with a double-headed struggle on her hands: for her own freedom and for a mother's right to love her children. Living in poverty, she wants to make a good life for herself and her family. Then a drug deal goes badly wrong for her boyfriend and he sets up Annie to take the fall for his crime. Naively refusing to plea-bargain, Annie is found guilty and sentenced to 15 years. Conditions in prison are brutal and humiliating, but Annie finds a common ground with many other inmates: they, too, have kids on the 'outside'. Discovering hidden reserves of strength, Annie begins to fight, not only for justice for herself, but for all those who are struggling to keep love alive on both sides of the steel bars.


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Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 180 minutes
Production Year: 1993
Main Language: English
Release Date: 17 October 2011
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
SKU: OD177