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ANGIE
Geena Davis, Stephen Rea, James Gandolfini, Aida Turturro. Angie, restless with the routine of Iife in her tightly knit Bensonhurst neighborhood, begins to express herself in ways that her family can't understand. Now she's pregnant and is not going to marry the father! She has dreams and ambitions to fulfill! (1994)

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ANTON CHEKHOV COLLECTION Disc 3
Michael Gambon, Zoe Caldwell, Stephen Rea, Patrick Stewart. This disc contains "The Seagull," a BBC production of Chekhov's classic play about the human tendency to seek love in the wrong places. Also included on the disc is "An Artist's Story," an adaptation of a Chekhov short story about the confrontation of ideas between a young artist and an aristocratic young girl devoted to good works. (1978/74) (165min)

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BAD BEHAVIOR
Stephen Rea, Sinead Cusack. The McAllister family of the North London borough of Kentish Town deal with the everyday problems of life, work, friends, children and oh yes, how to get the bathroom modernized. A comedy of domestic life with all its ups and downs (1993) (103 min.)

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BLOOM
Stephen Rea, Angeline Ball, Hugh O'Conor. An adaptaion of Joyce's Ulysses in which love and loss are explored through the desires and imaginations of Stephen Deddus and Molly and Leopold Bloom. (2004)

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BLACKTHORN
Sam Shepard, Eduardo Noriega, Stephen Rea. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were supposedly killed in a stand-off with the Bolivian military in 1908. But in this film, Cassidy survived and is living out his years in a secluded Bolivian village under the name James Blackthorn. (2011) (98min)

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BREAK
Stephen Rea, Alfred Molina, Rosana Pastor. An IRA gunman tries to leave his life behind him by going to New York only to become involved with a group of Guatemalan refugees hell bent on killing the dictator who persecuted them. (1997) (96min)

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BREAKFAST ON PLUTO
Cillian Murphy, Stephen Rea, Liam Neeson. This poignant comedy/drama from British director Neil Jordan ("The Crying Game") tells the story of Patrick "Kitten" Braden, who was abandoned as a baby and realized at a young age that he was different from other boys. When he grows up he decides to search for his real mother in London. (2005) (129 min.)

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THE BUTCHER BOY
Fiona Shaw, Stephen Rea, Sean McGinley. A world of paranoia engulfs neglected Francie who has a suicidal mother, alcoholic father, and a neighbor who spreads rumors about the defenseless lad (1998) (109 min.)

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CITIZEN X
Donald Sutherland, Stephen Rea, Max Von Sydow. An inexperienced detective, but brilliant forensics expert, is hindered by government red tape as he searches for the serial killer with 8 years and 52 victims to his name. A true story with powerful performances by Sutherland, Rea and Von Sydow! (1994) (103 min.)

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COPENHAGEN
Stephen Rea, David Craig, Francesca Annis. Michael Frayn's Tony-Award winning drama revolves round a 1941 meeting bewteen two brilliant physicists, longtime friends whose work together paved the way for the atomic. (117min)

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CONFESSOR
Christian Slater, Molly Parker, Stephen Rea. Psychological thriller about a priest who tries to prove the innocence of a fellow priest accused of murder. (2005) (90 min.)

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THE CRYING GAME
Stephen Rea, Miranda Richardson, Jaye Davidson. In Northern Ireland, a British soldier develops a kind of friendship with his IRA captor named Fergus. When the soldier dies, Fergus carries out his last wishes to find girlfriend Dil. But he ends up being Dil's lover in a far from perfect world! CC. (1992) (112 min.)

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