A man arrives home late and drunk as usual. His wife reminds him that he supposed to take their son out and play with him. While doing so he faces his own drinking evils and how his life would be without them.
How a revolutionary priest named Martin Luther changed the face of Christendom and the path of European civilization forever.
Discovering the roots of the Amish people.
Author Algernon Blackwood (1869-1951) casually narrates his uncanny 1937 tale. 'Audible skywriting' and its unintended consequences are the unlikely subject, effectively undercut by a surprise ending. The camera angles are eccentric, but it's a rare opportunity to see Blackwood onscreen.
The Life is the sequel to "The Last Reformation: The Beginning" that has inspired many people around the world.
Reformation 1 is a box set by VNV Nation that was released on April 24, 2009 in Europe and May 12, 2009 in North Americacontaining; a 12 track live CD, a 13 track Bonus Disc of remixes and previously unreleased material, and a DVD with 8 videos of live footage recorded from 2005 - 2008. Only 18,000 copies were released worldwide.
Historian David Starkey tells the story of the Protestant Reformation and how it transformed the face of modern Europe, unleashing fundamentalism, terror and religious violence.
A documentary about how the church is in need for a new reformation
500: The Impact of the Reformation Today
The Tea Party is a Canadian rock band with blues, progressive rock, Indian and Middle Eastern influences, dubbed "Moroccan roll" by the media. Active throughout the 1990s up until 2005 when the band broke up, The Tea Party released eight albums on EMI Music Canada, selling 2 million records worldwide, and achieving a #1 Canadian single "Heaven Coming Down" in 1999. The Tea Party toured Canada on twenty-one occasions and Australia on twelve. In November 2002, The Tea Party toured Canada with symphony orchestras reinterpreting a decade's worth of shared songwriting. The band broke up in 2005 due to creative differences, but re-united in 2011 to play several Canadian tour dates during the summer. During the tour it was decided to continue and the band has now reformed. Live From Australia: The Reformation Tour was recorded in 2012 during The Tea Party's Australian tour and showcases the band bursting with renewed energy.
German silent film about the life of Martin Luther
Not many hard rock bands have spread their wings as far as The Tea Party has in so few years. In the past, the trio were always about expanding their musical horizons. Each new record saw the band create new sounds and in essence, recreate themselves. Since announcing their Australian tour early in 2012, the cries from THE TEA PARTY's faithful followers for a Live BLU RAY has been deafening. The call has been answered. However good they were on record The Tea Party were always a more moving and visceral experience live. Twenty years on from their early-'90s breakout, Jeff Martin, Stuart Chatwood and drummer Jeff Burrows lay down their patented style of Moroccan-roll through favourites such as The River, The Bazaar, Temptation, Fire In The Head, The Messenger . and a few surprises thrown in to boot.
Reformation, Plague and Fire in Renaissance London. The Tudor Reformation saw the destruction of dozens of London's oldest and largest ecclesiastical structures. But during the tumultuous days of the Reformation, Civil War, and Restoration, the city grew by leaps and bounds. The bubonic plague returned in 1665. No sooner had the city recovered, than the Great Fire of 1666 reduced London to ashes.
In 2009 Spandau Ballet's first tour together for almost 20 years saw the triumphant return of one of the UK's most successful and best loved bands. Filmed during their sell out concerts at London's O2 Arena, Tony, John, Gary, Martin and Steve return with a vengeance in THE REFORMATION TOUR that brought 100,000 fans to their feet.
To mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Janina Ramirez tells the story of three books that defined this radical religious revolution in England. Tyndale's New Testament, Cranmer's Book of Common Prayer and Foxe's Book of Martyrs are no longer commonly recognised titles, yet for nearly four hundred years these works formed the backbone of British life. Their words shaped the English language, fuelled religious division and sparked revolt.
500 years ago, a revolutionary priest named Martin Luther changed the face of Christendom and the path of European civilization forever.
Kim Seok Joo (Kim Myung Min) is a cold, calculating lawyer who is vying to become successful at all costs. After a fateful accident causes him to lose his memory, Kim Seok Joo must rediscover who he is as a person and choose whether he will fight for justice or fall back into his old ways. Before the accident, he was engaged to the only grandchild of a wealthy family, Yoo Jung Sun (Chae Jung Ahn), but with no memory of her, he begins to fall for Lee Ji Yoon (Park Min Young), an idealistic intern at his law firm. As he regains his memories, will his heart choose new love or old greed?