Angelos Epithemiou a
Hello everybody, Now then as some of you might know, I was made to go off round the country earlier on this year and do a show to loads of people. It wasn't my idea, I was made to do it by that lot what pull all the strings. I went everywhere, up north, down south and I even had to go to Scotland, but you have to do these things you see. If I'd have had my way I wouldn't have gone, I'd have stayed at home with my feet up watching Dragons Den with a box of Magnums, but it wasn't my way..So in the end what happened was, I got to this one place in Digbeth, which is in Birmingham and they've got a load of video cameras there and they say right we're gonna film this and I shrugged my shoulders and said OK. So they did and this is what you've got in your hands, the DVD of it, so have a look at it and see what you think. OK bye, From Angelos
Roman teenager Atti is forced to join the Roman army when one of his clever schemes falls foul of Emperor Nero. He is sent to "miserable, cold, wet Britain" where "the natives are revolting - quite literally". Things go from bad to worse when Atti is captured by Orla, a feisty teenage Celt desperate to prove herself as a warrior. After narrowly avoiding a very sticky end in a bog, Atti uses his Roman know-how to help Orla save her gran who's been kidnapped by a rival tribe. Meanwhile a furious Nero is determined to crush the rebellion, led by Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni. Atti rejoins his Roman troops and discovers they are preparing for an historic showdown with the Celts at the Battle of Watling Street. Atti's brains could save the day but they could also spell disaster for Orla as the two new friends find themselves lined up on opposite sides of the battlefield.
Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, she embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way.