From Oscar, Tony, and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and director John Patrick Shanley (Doubt, Moonstruck), Wild Mountain Thyme captures the romance, lyricism and transcendent beauty of the Irish countryside in an extraordinary love story between two lonely souls. Passionate, determined and smart, Rosemary Muldoon (Emily Blunt) has been in love with her neighbour Anthony Reilly (Jamie Dornan) since they were 10 years old. It seems that everyone in their farming community knows they were meant for each other - except Anthony.
An eccentric introvert, Anthony has spent his entire life working on the family farm alongside his father Tony (Christopher Walken). The aging Tony blindsides Anthony with his plan to sell the farm to Adam (Jon Hamm), his wealthy American nephew, because he doubts his son has what it takes to run it. And when Adam comes to visit, his obvious interest in Rosemary complicates the situation further.
With everything that's important to him about to slip through his fingers, Anthony has to move quickly, but a series of losses and his own certainty that he is unlovable leaves his future - and Rosemary's - in doubt.
Wild Mountain Thyme is released on DVD 5th July 2021 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
One of TV's best loved French detectives Julien Baptiste, returns for the highly anticipated second and final series of Baptiste, released on DVD 23rd August 2021 courtesy of Acorn Media International ...
During the day, Dexter Morgan is a jovial employee in the Miami Metropolitan Police Department's crime lab. By night Dexter is a disciplined and murderous psychopath and he slakes his blood lust at night by carefully killing the serial killers he tracks down during the day.
When a successful British ghostwriter, The Ghost, agrees to complete the memoirs of former British Prime Minister Adam Lang, his agent assures him it's the opportunity of a lifetime. But the project seems doomed from the start - not least because his predecessor on the project, Lang's long-term aide, died in an unfortunate accident.