Saturday, October 17, 2020

ITV'S THE SISTER THRILLER SERIES WITH RUSSELL TOVEY, BERTIE CARVEL GETS OCTOBER AIRING DATE! WHEN HITLER STOLE PINK RABBIT WW2 GERMAN MOVIE TRAILER

MOVING TRAILER FOR
WHEN HITLER STOLE PINK RABBIT GERMAN WW2 MOVIE
We are in Europe with both of our features today: one of the films that is currently in contention to become Germany's representative in the
The film is based on Judith Kerr's classic book
best Foreign Film at the Oscars next year WHEN HITLER STOLE PINK RABBIT is set in 1933 in Berlin. Anna is only nine years old when her life changes from the ground up. To escape the Nazis, her father Arthur Kemper (Oliver Masucci), a well-known Jewish journalist, has to flee to Zurich. His family, Anna, her twelve year old brother Max and her mother Dorothea (Carla Juri), follow him shortly thereafter. Anna has to leave everything behind, including her beloved pink rabbit, and to face a new life full of challenges and privations abroad. Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think:



THE SISTER GETS AIRING DATE
SPOOKY BLAST FROM THE PAST
Another new show that will be hitting British ITV October 26th is four part thriller series THE SISTER (previously had a better name Because The Night) with our dearest Russell Tovey. You can check out the first trailer
The Sister will start on ITV next month, October 2020
below. The series will also air on Hulu for the audience in Northern America  and it will air in UK in four consecutive nights. Neil Cross adapted his own novel Burial for the series.

In The New Series The Sister
Russell Tovey plays he plays well-meaning but directionless Nathan, a man with a terrible secret he’s prayed would stay buried and for which he’s worked hard to make recompense. Years into his new and devoted married life,
Russell Tovey and Bertie Carvel lead the cast of the four part series
Nathan is rocked to the core when Bob (Bertie Carvel), an unwelcome face from his past, turns up on his doorstep with shocking news, triggering a series of catastrophic decisions which drive a tense and compelling narrative of psychological suspense, dread, love and possible redemption.

14 comments:

  1. Poor baby just wants her little pink rabbit. I still think about some of my favorite stuffed animals from when I was little and wonder what they are up to now.

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    1. I have one of my stuffed bears still sleeping somewhere in the basement :)

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    2. Mine are long gone. Probably turned into a chew toy for a dog or something.

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    3. My mom threw all of my stuff as well, no sentimental value for her there :) but I did manage to save a small one, I think it is vintage, maybe even expensive, as it was my father's I think. It is one of those bears you will see in old British movies. I wrapped him in a shawl down in the basement so that he isn't cold :)

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    4. Awe, I am sure your bear loves his shawl to snuggle in. Jason gets mad at me because I saved a lot of the girls old toys. They played with them so much when they were little, I figure their kids will probably love them too one day. Well, Mariah will probably adopt an older child, but Allison will have her own, more than likely. Jason's mom saved a lot of his old toys that are worth money now. She recently ended up giving me a plush monster that I wanted so bad when I was little but it was super expensive and my mom couldn't afford to get me one on her salary. I don't know why, but 35 years later, it made my heart happy to finally own it.

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    5. You think M will stay forever with Kai or what is his name? Such a lovely gesture from your mom in law!

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    6. Who knows if they stay together or not. They broke up for about a month last year. They'll both be out of their 4 year college commitment by May, so we'll see if they can make it together in the real world. I thought her and Luke would be forever, so I don't bank on "forever" anymore after I was devastated with that loss.

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    7. I've never understood Kai's humour, such a bizarre feeling whenever I see him at your Facebook... constantly want to slap him in the face for some reason...

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  2. These both look good! At first I was turned off from The Sister by the word “thriller”, but then it redeemed itself!

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    1. Should be fun especially as a four day TV event.

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  3. Lol, my best friend feels the same way. They (Mariah and Ky) were supposed to spend Halloween with us this year, but since my best friend will be here passing out candy with me, he's opted to hang out at his dad's house until she leaves. Jenn decided to put him in his place a few months back and now he won't come around when she's here.

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    1. Hooray for Jenn, I have a feeling her and me would get on very nicely 'cause that is exactly what I wanted to do many a time at your Facebook with Ky and always opted not to make a scandal, he just has that personality which is asking for it. I generally hate brats and feel like I am a bane of their lives :)

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    2. You and me both. Too many brats in this world that definitely need to be put in their place!

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)