, 1h40 Directed byHerbert Wise GenresHorror ActorsAdrian Rawlins, Bernard Hepton, David Daker, Pauline Moran, David Ryall, Clare Holman Rating71% A young solicitor, Arthur Kidd, is sent to a big city on the East Coast of England to attend the funeral of Mrs. Alice Drablow, an elderly reclusive widow. On the train, Kidd meets Sam Toovey, a local land owner who is unsettled upon hearing that Kidd is dealing with the Drablow estate. Arriving at Crythin Gifford, Kidd lodges at a local inn where he finds the townspeople reluctant to talk about Mrs. Drablow's dreary home, Eel Marsh House.
, 2h30 Directed byHerbert Wise OriginUSA GenresBiography, Historical ThemesFilms about religion ActorsAlbert Finney, Caroline Bliss, Brian Cox, John Forgeham, Derek Francis, Nigel Hawthorne Rating64% This film's timeline begins with the death of Pope John Paul I on September 28, 1978, and then flashes back to Karol Wojtyła as a young man growing up decades earlier in Wadowice, Poland. The storyline then returns to pre-October 16 dates in 1978 and flashes back to Wojtyła's early life, family relationships, his political involvements fighting against Nazism during World War II and against Communism after the war, and his relationship and involvement in the Roman Catholic Church as he becomes a priest, a bishop, a cardinal, and is eventually installed as the titular new pope.