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See full summary » Director: Richard Friedenberg Epic television miniseries exploring the complicated relationship of Thomas Jefferson and slave Sally Hemings, who conducted a 38 year love affair, spanning an ocean, ultimately producing children, grandchildren, and lots of controversy.Director: Charles Haid While in exile in Italy, an African woman finds herself trying to get back home and free her imprisoned husband. He drags more oxygen in than he can let out, making him feel faint. Billy makes an incoherent sound, his voice shaking out of him. His breath comes in ragged strips, fighting to break free. Making some inhuman noise before it strikes with lightning speed. Billy looks up, his brain struggling to make sense of it, his feet pausing in their blind groping across the forest floor.
However, along with the marriage comes compromise of one's own cultural traditions. Director: Neil La Bute The Moorish General Othello is manipulated into thinking that his new wife Desdemona has been carrying on an affair with his Lieutenant Michael Cassio, when in reality, it is all part of the scheme of a bitter Ensign named Iago.
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He arrives home and then goes to work, arriving only a little late, and nobody notices anything different in him. That night he goes out onto the deck and has a can of beer and a cigarette while looking out onto the low mist.
They like him at work — he’s rough around the edges but he’s a good guy. When he’s needed at the coal front, he is always there. He’s at home that evening eating his dinner at the kitchen table when the lights spark and blow out. He jumps but stays frozen for a moment more, listening hard.
When he pulls up at work he’s at the end of his third cigarette. They don’t see all the bottles lined up at his back door. And they don’t know that he wakes up screaming every night. He’s trying to convince himself to move, to , to go and see what it is, when the lights suddenly burst on again.
He almost wishes the lights would stay off so he can get his night vision, but it will be too late. There’s that strange inhuman noise again — not a voice, not a foot fall, but an unnatural, metallic, insect like rattling. Whatever it is, his mind doesn’t pause to identify it, passed identifying it as: WRONG. He doesn’t care where, as long as it’s away from this thing. The air explodes out of his lungs and he swears under his breath. He gets up and walks out of the kitchen, out of the house, across the yard. He walks on alone, stumbling, feeling for his way and it strikes him that this is what life has been for him — blindly stumbling, not knowing where he is going.