An insight into no win, no fee compensation cases.
A 1917 film directed by Paul Powell.
Naoto Tsugimura, head of customer service at a major food and beverage company, receives a strange complaint from an angry caller who claims to have found insects in his mineral water. Tsugimura is unable to appease him, and soon finds that this mysterious claimer is beginning to infiltrate his life, harassing and stalking him, but always out of Tsugimura's sight. Nothing Tsugimura does - apologizing, fighting back - seems to make any difference. Meanwhile the claimer's rage continues to escalate, until finally reaching a shocking conclusion.
Inspired by the story of Mary Magdalene - In this generation Mary in a new location, with her new found aunt and falls into a lifestyle that is looked down upon. Her decision to change becomes her greatest challenge, even against her biggest supporters. The only one who stands with her risks losing everything.
Claiming Territory refers to the landscape of the male body - claimed by the woman's hand - and the landscape of war - claimed by soldiers victorious in their actions. In contrasting the sensuality of the male body and its ephemeral presence with the escalating chaos of war, it was as if I was constructing a memory out of something I had no experience of.
Small Claims is a series of Australian television movies starring Rebecca Gibney and Claudia Karvan, which first aired on Network Ten in 2004. The series was co-production with subscription television and was also broadcast on the Foxtel, Austar, and Optus Television Subscription Television services. The series was written by husband and wife team Keith Thompson and Kaye Bendle. A mystery series about two young mums, a police officer and a lawyer, who become a formidable pair of sleuths. Their cases reveal a world of murder, greed and passion that lurks in the suburbs.
Documentary series that casts a covert eye over the ever-growing problem of insurance fraud, and sees outlandish claimers as they're caught out on camera.