Emmy(R)-winning actor Damian Lewis ("Homeland", "Band of Brothers") stars in this double-bill from the BBC. Lewis first stars in acclaimed director and playwright Stephen Poliakoff's "Friends and Crocodiles", an intoxicating film which follows the shifting power balance between a boss and his secretary as their careers rise and fall through the changing corporate landscape of 80s and 90s Britain. Secondly comes "Much Ado About Nothing", a modern-day take on the Shakespeare classic set in a London television news studio. The tension is high between co-anchors and ex-lovers Beatrice and Benedick, two arch-enemies whose friends are determined to make them realize they are perfect for each other. These two contrasting features brilliantly show off the great dramatic and comedic talents that make Damian Lewis such a powerhouse actor.
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