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Olive Kitteridge HBO Blu-Ray or DVD both £4.99 each with free postage @ The Entertainment Store on eBay

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Olive Kitteridge HBO Blu-Ray or DVD both £4.99 each with free postage @ The Entertainment Store on eBay. Link for DVD: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Olive-Kitteridge-DVD-HBO-C-15-HBO-/171666030003?has… Read More
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Olive Kitteridge HBO Blu-Ray or DVD both £4.99 each with free postage @ The Entertainment Store on eBay.

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Frances McDormand stars as the eponymous character in this miniseries adapted from Elizabeth Strout's novel. Set in the fictional town of Crosby, Maine, the story takes place over 25 years and follows Olive Kitteridge, a depressed high school maths teacher, who has good intentions despite her harsh exterior. She is supported by her husband Henry (Richard Jenkins), a kindhearted pharmacist, while their son Christopher (Devin Druid/John Gallagher, Jr.) grows resentful towards his mother. The series captures different periods of Olive's life and her interactions with the other townspeople. The cast includes Zoe Kazan, Bill Murray, Rosemarie DeWitt and Martha Wainwright. The episodes are: 'Pharmacy', 'Incoming Tide', 'A Different Road' and 'Security'.

Cast: Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Richard Jenkins
Region Code: Region Free (UK & Europe)
Cert: 15
Format: Blu-Ray
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Superb film. It was repeated on sky last night (part one) - I think it was the third time I've seen it.
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Looks good, thanks.

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