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When Innocence Is Lost Screen Captures

When Innocence Is Lost is an 1997 American drama television film directed by Bethany Rooney and written by Deborah Jones. It stars Keri Russell, Jill Clayburgh, Vince Corazza, Julie Khaner, and Charlotte Sullivan.

When Erica French (Keri Russell) opts to keep the baby she conceived in high school, she never dreamed that one day she would be fighting for custody against the child’s father, Scott Stone (Vince Corazza). Scott Stone initially fought for custody when Erica threatened to cut off his access to their daughter. Scott continues to try to be a part of his daughter’s life, but when Molly first breaks her arm at the playground then Scott’s mother finds mysterious bruises on her granddaughter, Scott again fights for custody of young Molly, and this time he wins because the court feels his family can provide a more stable environment for Molly than a public daycare can.

– When Innocence Is Lost DVD Captures

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2018 Winter TCA Tour The Americans Panel – January 5 2018

Keri and The Americans executive producer/writer Joel Fields,Joe Weisberg and actors Matthew Rhys, Holly Taylor, Keidrich Sellati and Costa Ronin of the television show The Americans attended the FOX/FX Networks portion of the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 5 to promot The Americans. Check out some pictures in our gallery.

– Events 2018 Winter TCA Tour The Americans Panel – January 5 2018

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Farinelli And The King Broadway Opening Night

Sunday was the Broadway opening of Claire Van Kampen’s Farinelli And The King at the Belasco Theatre. Among the attendees was Keri Russell, who had arrived with her hunky beau – and TV husband on The Americans – Matthew Rhys.

– Events Farinelli And The King’ Broadway Opening Night – December 17 2017

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Mad About Mambo Screen Captures

Mad About Mambo is a 2000 British/Irish co-production, filmed in Dublin but set in Belfast, written and directed by John Forte. It stars William Ash, Keri Russell and Brian Cox.

A boy obsessed with football finds his life changing dramatically once he adds a little Samba. Danny (Ash) plays on the football team at the all-boys Catholic school he attends in Belfast. Danny’s three best friends, who also play on the team, all have different ambitions for their lives. Mickey (Maclean Stewart) wants to be a fashion designer so he can get rich and date supermodels. Gary (Russell Smith) wants to become a magician so he can get rich and meet beautiful women (and presumably saw them in half). And Spike (Joe Rea) likes to beat people up, so he wants to become a mercenary and do it for a living. But Danny dreams of making football his life.

The players Danny most admires are South Americans, such as Pele and Carlos Riga, who he feels have a special rhythm and flexibility. Wanting to add some of these qualities to his own game, Danny has an idea: he’ll take Samba lessons, in the hope that dancing like a South American will help him play like a South American. To the surprise of himself and his friends, Danny turns out to be a pretty good Latin dancer and finds himself smitten with a student in his dance class, Lucy (Russell). However, Lucy happens to have a boyfriend, who is a fierce competitor on one of Danny’s rival teams.

– Mad About Mambo Promo Pictures
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