2 Works in A Matter of Life and Death (1946)
05 Oct 2016
A Destiel re-telling of the UK 1946 film 'A Matter Of Life And Death' (released in the USA as 'Stairway To Heaven').
Castiel believes in free will, destiny and all that jazz; he is an angel after all. He has watched over his namesake, young Englishman Castiel James 'Jimmy' Novak, from the latter's birth, and is upset when the man talks over the radio with handsome American pilot Dean Winchester who is fated to die minutes later. So the angel takes 'measures' that save Dean's life, then arranges for him and Jimmy to meet in person before the whole thing can be sorted out.
But of course one does not defy the will of Heaven, let alone Death himself, and expect to get away with it. Dean's happy days with Jimmy come to an end when the airman collapses in a restaurant and, whilst his earthly body undergoes an operation in hospital, his soul is put on trial. Worse, a dark shadow from his own past returns to haunt him, and the man he loves must show he is prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice. It is a matter of life and death - but whose death?
28 Aug 2011
"The rights of the uncommon man must always be respected." After the final battle with Voldemort, Harry intends to get on with his life. There's just one problem; he was supposed to have died when he confronted Voldemort in the Forbidden Forest and now the Other Side is trying to collect him. But in the space between his 'death' and the victory celebrations, Harry's fallen in love … and he's not going to give up his second chance without a fight.