Top Ten DVD List for April 29, 2014
Released in November 2013, this documentary was directed by Omar Mullick and Bassam Tariq. It follows the life of a Pakistani boy who runs away, as well as the humanitarian efforts of Abdul Sattar Edhi.
Chesterton’s “Father Brown” is a series of brilliant English detective stories that many say are second only to Conan Doyle’s legendary Sherlock Holmes. A big difference between Holmes and Father Brown is that Holmes is generally arrogant while Father Brown is very modest, in fact, as a catholic priest, he is an unlikely hero.
Up the Junction is a slice of British cinema from the swinging sixties, directed by cult-filmmaker Peter Collinson, in which a bored, party girl decides to leave her affluent Chelsea lifestyle and move to industrial Battersea. Starring Suzy Kendall as Polly and Dennis Waterman as her hard-up boyfriend, Pete. Polly moves into a rundown apartment and starts working in a factory, where she befriends sisters Rube and Sylvie. She discovers an impoverished world of crime, desperation and questionable morality.