Name: Rosalie Carn
Lives in: London, England
Occupation: Actor, Screenwriter and Stage Manager
Diana and I
TV Movie (Drama) Actress In 1997 news that Princess Diana has just died in a car crash is particularly resonant for young Jack Hawkins, whose own mother has just passed away. Estranged from his father Colin, he seeks help from neighbour Russell, leading to mutual romance, before reconciling with Colin at his mother's funeral. Meanwhile in Bradford unhappy wife Yasmin, whose domineering, debt-ridden husband Hassan has no sympathy with Diana - claiming she should have stayed with Prince Charles - sees the chance to escape with her little girl to her uncle Zaheer, in London, where she relishes her new-found independence. In Scotland florist Mary McDonald, caring for her dementia-stricken mother, sees an opportunity to drive to London with business partner Gordie and sell flowers to the mourning public whilst on honeymoon in Paris ambitious journalist Michael Lewis is also aware that Diana's death will give him his big break but it costs him his marriage. Mary is also disappointed by her lack of success but ... Written by don @ minifie-1
Anton Tchékhov 1890
Film (Biography and Drama) Actress In 1890,Russian writer Anton Chekov writes short stories in newspapers to feed his family. He achieves success in the form of Pushkin prize. However, he decides to meet convicts at Sakhalin when one of this brothers die due to tuberculosis.
Le Prochain Film
Film by René Féret Alice Désert
Television (Crime) Actress A police commander in Paris is as brilliant as the psychopathic killers he tracks down. Crimes occur in the city's most iconic locations, such as Notre Dame or the Eiffel Tower. He gets assistance from an unorthodox nun who works in the city's most troubled areas. While attempting to solve the most mysterious crimes playing his famous city, he also struggles with personal issues, such as reconnecting with his estranged daughter.
Film (Drama) Actress Set in a fabulous lakeside palazzo-cum-hotel circa 1907, the intrigue shifts points of view between a young British milquetoast, Bernard (Harry Lister Smith) and the supposedly enchanting Natalia Solario (Marie Féret), whom he quickly falls for, only to learn that the tight-lipped Madame harbors some very dark secrets. These soon come to light when her brother, Eugene (Cyril Descours), unexpectedly shows up, preceded by rumors that he tried to kill their father-in-law, who supposedly made advances (and more) towards his sister. Also on hand is a filthy rich Russian (Andrei Zayats) whose short temper is only quelled by his ridiculous accent, and a giggly vixen (Salomé Stévenin) who annoyingly bursts into song as a means of seduction. Written by lament