Thursday, 24 August 2000
AGNES BROWNE (United Services) is a 1999 comedy/drama about a newly-widowed mother of seven in early ‘60s Dublin, Ireland, learning to live her life differently. Anjelica Huston directed and stars as the title character. Marion O’Dwyer steals much of the movie as Agnes’ high-spirited best friend, Ray Winstone is the villain and Tom Jones appears (and sings) as himself.
BEYOND THE MAT(Directors cut) - is director Barry W. Blaustein’s documentary on professional wrestling, released theatrically earlier this year, featuring Terry Funk and Mick Foley. The director’s cut comes with an audio commentary track and six minutes of footage deleted from the theatrical version.