Back In Time
Hill looks back on her life growing up as a Scientologist, and explains what led up to her leaving the Church at age 22.
History is full of days and years which have special meaning. 1492? Columbus discovered America. 1776? America declared its independence. 1929? The stock market crashed. We all learned about these significant dates in school. However, these are just some of the years in history worth remembering - for better or for worse. Check out the following list for more:
69 A.D.: the year of four emperors by Gwyn Morgan
The year 1000: what life was like at the turn of the first millennium: an Englishman's world by Robert Lacey, Danny Danziger
1066: the year of the conquest by David Howarth; illustrations to chapter headings by Gareth Floyd
Enjoy these films about the passage of time:
Around the world in 80 days [videodisc] by a Harmony Gold & ReteEuropa production ; in association with Valente/ Baerwald
The big clock [videodisc] by a Paramount picture
The clock [videodisc] by a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture
Clockwatchers [videodisc] by Goldcrest Films International
The devil at 4 o'clock [videodisc] by directed by Mervyn LeRoy ; written by Liam O'Brien
(500) days of Summer [videodisc] by Fox Searchlight Pictures presents a Watermark production
Friday night lights [videodisc] by Friday Night Lights, LLC. ; Imagine Entertainment
Check out some of these fascinating stories that you probably never learned in history class:
American heroes: profiles of men and women who shaped early America by Edmund S. Morgan
Back to the future [videodisc]: the complete trilogy by Universal and Amblin Entertainment — Starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd. Marty McFly is transported back to 1955 where he must bring his parents together so that he will exist when he gets back to his own time.
Bill & Ted's excellent adventure [videodisc] by an Orion Pictures release; Nelson Entertainment presents an Interscope Communications production; in association with Soisson/Murphey Productions — Starring Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter. Two high school students facing a difficult history exam round up some historical heavyweights with the help of a time-traveling messenger.
Looper [videodisc] by a Sony Pictures Entertainment release of a TriStar Pictures, FilmDistrict, Endgame Entertainment presentation in association with DMG Entertainment of a Ram Bergman production ; produced by Ram Bergman, James D. Stern ; written and directed by Rian Johnson — Starring Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt. An assassin known as a "Looper" must kill his future self, who has been sent back 30 years in time by mobsters.