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He unflinchingly continued his assault on the second nest killing the enemy soldiers with his bayonet before losing consciousness.
Baker's inner demons are unflinchingly addressed in this 2012 documentary that opens with the then 73-year-old breaking the nose of director Jay Bulger with his cane.
55pm Cult favourite drama that unflinchingly explores the lives of a group of young drug addicts in Edinburgh.
Unflinchingly original, hugely innovative and hopelessly weird, Clinic have secured a cult status for their mask-wearing performances and unique organ sound.
Chaudhuri's unflinchingly accurate depiction of Thatcher's London viewed through Bengali eyes is both funny and sad.
In this memoir he writes about his family, lovers, friends and enemies, confronts his former demons, relives the highs and lows of his career, and opens up in an unflinchingly honest way about his life and times.
14 PAMELA Carter's true story of a love triangle between a poet, his wife and his lover is violent, sexual and frequently, unflinchingly naked.
Unflinchingly polite and a warmer figure than the steely-eyed Flower, Giles has been criticised as being 'too nice' for the top job, but he believes that to be a misconception.
Beethoven takes no prisoners (all the sounds were trapped in his head by this time of his life, and Skidmore and company responded unflinchingly and devotedly.
Synopsis: In this unflinchingly honest memoir, military man, teacher, successful small businessman and candidate for the U.
One of your jobs as a leader is to pragmatically and unflinchingly evaluate the value of your assets and the robustness of your business model on a long-term basis and move before their value deteriorates.
The story unflinchingly depicts Tai's decline right to his end, and we engage with his struggles with the effects of chemotherapy, his inevitable physical, mental and emotional decline his fears, fluctuating emotions, regrets and growing exhaustion and apathy.