Mark Brady (Donal Logue) is a washed-up television director who's given a second chance when he's handed the opportunity to shoot a low-budget fishing show in Scotland. Forced to work sober alongside his ex-wife under the worst possible conditions, Mark finds love and redemption in the most unlikely of places. Also starring Kirsty Mitchell, Tom Conti and Joely Collins. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED E1 Entertainment
July 1976, the year of the heat wave. Claude, an Algerian Jew who came to France 15 years earlier, takes his young wife Isabelle, his two sons Simon (12) and Bibou (8) and his mother-in-law Mamie to Brittany. It was Isabelle who, after having caught Claude in the throes of adultery, chose for this vacation to return to Le Rocher Abraham, the village where she was born. The day after their arrival they are joined by two other couples. The holidaymakers are viewed with distrust by the locals. Algerian Jews from Paris and provincial Catholics don't mix comfortably. But gradually, the suspicion wanes, giving way to friendship, laughter and holiday romance. Over this long hot summer, Claude and Isabelle get their marriage back on track, while Bibou and Simon, spend a memorable summer discovering the world of grown-ups. (Original Title: Nos Plus Belles Vacances)
Creative director Tom Burns may be at the top of his game, but he's still considered a dinosaur for being over forty in the youthful, trendy business of advertising. In a moment of desperation, he hires young con-artist Dick Sweeney to be his stand-in at an ad agency while Tom does all of the hard work behind the scenes. The scheme works until Tom falls for Dick's co-worker Harriet Foster, forcing Tom and Dick to make a choice between love and getting a paycheck. Stars Steven Weber, Andrew Francis and Michelle Harrison.