Acclaimed drama with great cast
AVOIDING sacchar i ne s entiment, this drama-fromthe-heart tells the movingstoryofone man’s battle with multiple sclerosis.
The acclaimed 1995 BBC drama’s DVD debut will raise f unds for the MS Society UK. Robert Carlyle’s brilliant as builder and footballer Nick in a story by Jimmy McGovern and Paul Henry Powell. Nick’s one of the lads, but he falls for gorgeous hotel administrator Karen (Juliet Aubrey) and life is good. But when MS develops he loses his job and playing football and he tries to push Karen away as he plunges i nto a despair he doesn’t want her to share. A top young cast includes thenunknowns James Nesbitt and Sophie Okonedo. In which series s t arring Robbie ColtranedidCarlyle firstappear? Entries to Alex Gordon, Now competition. SOMEBODY should have warned Lacie Donovan (Tuckie White) and her college pals never to volunteer for anything. But, broke as usual they sign up as medical research guinea pigs for three days. It looked like easy money, butnobodymentionedthey’dbe taking part in a US military experiment. Onethatgoesscreamingly, horrifically wrong, and the military doesn’t want anybody left to tell tales.
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