The Hole The Hole (2001) - Welcome to the Hole - After leading his friends to The Hole, an abandoned WWII-era bunker, Martyn (Daniel Brocklebank) asks Liz (Thora Birch) if she’s going to be able to handle being underground for three days.
The Hole The Hole (2001) - Blaming Liz - Convinced that Martyn is spying on them via hidden listening devices, the gang pretends to make it look like they are tearing themselves apart in order to fool Martyn into thinking that his plan has worked.
The Hole The Hole (2001) - Liz Craves Mike - Liz (Thora Birch) recounts the moment when she and Mike (Desmond Harrington) got intimate while they were trapped in The Hole.
The Hole The Hole (2001) - Touching, Feeling - Liz (Thora Birch) experiences a flashback where she recalls the actual, sordid events of what went on in The Hole.
The Hole The Hole (2001) - And Then There Were Three - Frankie (Keira Knightley) is found dead, to the horror and shock of the survivors.
The Hole The Hole (2001) - Trapped in the Hole - The gang freaks out on Liz (Thora Birch) after they realize that they’re trapped in The Hole.
The Hole The Hole (2001) - Thirst - Trapped and without running water, Geoff (Laurence Fox) describes, in detail, what happens to a human being when they go thirsty. Liz (Thora Birch) breaks down from the news and her friends try to comfort her.
The Hole The Hole (2001) - This One Was Murdered - When Mike (Desmond Harrington) realizes that Geoff (Laurence Fox) has stashed away a soda can, he loses his temper — and his mind — and bludgeons Geoff to death.
Becoming Jane Becoming Jane (2007) - Jane Plays Cricket - Ever the rebel, Jane (Anne Hathaway) cuts into the cricket game, and ends up making a home run.
Becoming Jane Becoming Jane (2007) - Family, Fortune, Importance - The antagonistic Lady Gresham (Maggie Smith) attacks Jane’s (Anne Hathaway) character, but her family and, surprisingly, Mr. Wisley (Laurence Fox), rise to her defense.