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Cast: Nicole Kidman, Deborah Kara Unger, Denholm Elliott, John Alansu, Vincent Ball, Lucy Bayler, David Bennett, Jonathan Biggins, David Bookalil, Colin Borgonon and others
The story of Kat Stanton (Kidman), an Australian woman searching for her father who, whilst travelling back from London to Australia via Thailand, makes friends with Arkie Ragan (Ehlers), a photographer. Kat is tricked into carrying some luggage through Thai customs for Arkie, only for the police to find drugs in his bag. Kat is sentenced to spend time in the horrific "Bangkok Hilton" prison, where she makes friends with fellow inmate Mandy Engels (Smithers), who has been sentenced to death. Whilst she endures the terrible conditions inside, Kat's lawyer Richard Carlisle (Weaving) and ex-patriot Hal Stanton (Elliott) battle with the authorities to have her freed.
Written by MIke173425
Available in versions: DVDRip
Bangkok Hilton - Nicole kidman - DVDrip XviD HD 720p (Size: 2.51 GB)
Frame rate: 25fps
Audio Format: MP3
Bit Rate: 192 kbps
Frequency: 48000 Hz
Disc1:[episodes 1-2-3] 2:15:47
Dics2:[episodes 4-5-6] 2:13:20
This classic mini-series in six episodes tells the story of Katrina, a young woman whose life is threatened by the deception of the man she loves. This is also the story of her estranged father Hal Stanton-a drunk, a fraud and a has been a lawyer hiding from the past which is to haunt him forever. When Katrina is falsely imprisoned for drug smuggling, Hal becomes the only man who can save her.
Certainly the best mini-series ever created.
When I first have seen these Tv-series in Russia, I didn't have an opportunity to see it from the beginning, but I was surprised. It's the best TV-film I have ever seen, and it's Kidman's best performance. KEN Cameron did a great job. So does Grame Revell's fantastic, brilliant score. It grips you so much, you are nervous, it's so WONDERFULLY and realstically acted and directed, you even forget that you're in front of your TV set. By the way, the scenes of Nicole Kidman's redemption were borrowed later by Frank Darabont in his adaptation of Stephen King's "Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption". It's such a pity that this movie was not taken too seriously and it passed by too quickly, and at the same time we have ridiculous bad acted features like Titanic. By the way, I managed to buy a video with these series, and I'm so HAPPY! [Comment from imdb]