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Bonds of Love/Dancing in the Dark

Extraordinary love affair between two lost souls plus a woman suffers abuse at the hands of her father-in-law.

BONDS OF LOVE

FROM THE FIRST MOMENT THEY WERE TOGETHER, EVERYONE WANTED TO TEAR THEM APART

Robby Smith and Rose Parks are two lost souls. Mentally disabled and an object of ridicule, Robby still lives with his over-protective family, which has left him feeling both lonely and insecure.

The victim of several abusive marriages, Rose has succumbed to alcoholism, her children have been taken into care and society now regards her as a ‘bad’ woman. Both seem destined for miserable and unfulfilled lives – until a chance meeting on a lonely stretch of country road leads to an extraordinary love affair.

The uplifting story of Robby and Rose is told in BONDS OF LOVE, which stars one of the leading ladies of the 1980s, KELLY McGILLIS (Top Gun, Witness, The Accused), and acclaimed character actor TREAT WILLIAMS (A Streetcar Named Desire, Once Upon a Time in America).


DANCING IN THE DARK

SHE HAD TO FIGHT FOR JUSTICE, HER SANITY - AND HER FREEDOM.

Shades of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest haunt this disturbing drama, in which Dallas star VICTORIA PRINCIPAL gives a moving performance as a woman who is twice the victim of abuse – first at the hands of her sexually predatory father-in-law, and then as a psychiatric patient.

It also features two Hollywood veterans: ROBERT VAUGHN (star of ‘60s classic TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and the BBC-TV smash-hit Hustle) and Hart to Hart’s ROBERT WAGNER (in an uncredited role).

Anna Forbes’ marriage to husband Mark (NICHOLAS CAMPBELL, Da Vinci’s Inquest) should be a happy one. He is a compassionate and supportive husband, but all this counts for nothing when Anna is raped by Dennis Forbes, her drunken, goatish father-in-law.

At first, she is too terrified to speak out, but when she does tell her husband and family what has happened, instead of sympathy she encounters vehement denial as they refuse to believe her accusations. Her troubles only worsen when a concerned Mark commits her to a psychiatric institution.

Mark is unaware of the institution’s brutal regime, and the incarcerated Anna must now fight not only for justice against Dennis but also for her sanity and freedom.