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Dresser, The (1983) -- (Movie Clip) Let Them Know You're Coming Backstage at a WWII era English provincial theater, as the end of Othello approaches, Norman (Tom Courtenay, the title character) rushes to support "Sir" (Albert Finney) and company through the curtain call, from the opening scenes of Peter Yates' The Dresser, 1983.
Dresser, The (1983) -- (Movie Clip) Stop That Train! Norman (Tom Courtenay, title character) leads the way as the aging Shakespearean company led by "Sir" (Albert Finney) attempts a wartime change of trains, in The Dresser, 1983, from Ronald Harwood's play and screenplay.
Dresser, The (1983) -- (Movie Clip) You Scotch-Ass Zulu Having rescued "Sir" (Albert Finney, the lead actor and manager of a WWII English Shakespearean theater company) from a senile episode, Norman (Tom Courtenay, title character) prepares him and supporting actors (Michael Gough, Lockwood West) for their performance, in Peter Yates' The Dresser, 1983.
Dry White Season, A (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Justice And Law Johannesburg, 1976, after the Soweto riots and the police murder of his gardener and friend, teacher and former rugby star Ben du Toit (Donald Sutherland) visits famous human rights lawyer Ian MacKenzie (Marlon Brando), who at first digresses, in A Dry White Season, directed by Euzhan Palcy.
Dry White Season, A (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Land Of Love And Glory South African schoolteacher Ben (Donald Sutherland) is smuggled into 1976 Soweto by anti-Apartheid activist Stanley (Zakes Mokae) to see the body of his murdered friend (Winston Ntshona), briefly meeting reporter Melanie Bruwer (Susan Sarandon), in A Dry White Season, 1989.
Dry White Season, A (1989) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not Worried About These Wounds Soweto, 1976, trouble as young Jonathan (Bekhithemba Mpofu) is arrested, we meet his friend Johan (Rowen Elmes) playing rugby, parents (Donald Sutherland, Janet Suzman) watching, then Jonathan’s dad Gordon (Winston Ntshona), opening Euzhan Palcy’s A Dry White Season, 1989.
Dry White Season, A (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Away With Afrikaans! Director Euzhan Palcy’s careful recreation of a representative incident of the Soweto uprising of 1976, with characters Jonathan and Robert (Bekhithemba Mpofu, Tinashe Makoni) in a protest against the teaching of the Afrikaans language, in A Dry White Season, 1989, from a novel by Andrè Brink.