TV FILMS OF THE WEEK
THIS modern-day fairy tale stars Downton Abbey’s Jessica Brown Findlay as Bella, a beautiful, quirky librarian with dreams of writing a book of her own. However, she soon has a more pressing concern when her landlord discovers that she’s let the garden of her rented house become an overgrown jungle and gives her a month to sort it out before he starts eviction proceedings. Luckily, Bella is about to find an unlikely mentor in her curmudgeonly – and green-fingered – next-door neighbour (Tom Wilkinson). It may all prove a little too twee for some tastes, but the strong performances and striking direction make it worth a look. INDIANA (Harrison Ford, left) and pal Mac (Ray Winstone) encounter Soviet agent Irina Spalko (Cate Blanchett). Indy whip-cracks and wisecracks his way out of trouble, before an encounter with Mutt (Shia LaBeouf) propels the archaeologist on a quest to locate the legendary Crystal Skull of Akator.