Fled is a 1996 action film directed by Kevin Hooks. A remake of the 1958 film The Defiant Ones, the film stars Laurence Fishburne and Stephen Baldwin Two prisoners chained together flee during an escape attempt gone bad..
Other articles related to "fled":
... Robarts and family fled Apartheid to Uganda where she was a lecturer in the Makerere University but then fled Idi Amin, and then came to Kenya in 1972 ...
... in the church of Hagia Sophia to elect a new emperor, as Alexius V had fled the city ... However, the Varangians betrayed Constantine and fled at the sight of the mail-clad Latin troops ... Seeing all was lost, he quickly fled the capital in the early hours of 13 April 1204 ...
... (Irgun) encountered resistance there and the majority of the villagers fled after 20 of them were killed in a firefight, with an IZL armoured car firing on the villagers as they fled ... the elderly, women, and children, who had not fled were held behind barbed wire for a few days before being expelled to nearby Umm al-Fahm ... Others who had fled earlier ended up in refugee camps in the Jenin area ...
... Ottomans in the Balkans, Moslem refugees fled to the western coast of Anatolia ... The majority fled hastily with the retreating Greek Army following Greece's defeat in the Greco-Turkish War, whilst others fled from the shores of Smyrna ...
... including Bassa Ramla Lydda Safed Kafr Bir'im Iqrit Tarbikha Eilabun In addition around 20,000 fled Haifa, 20,000 fled West Jerusalem, 700 fled Acre and 10,000 fled Jaffa ...
Famous quotes containing the word fled:
“And then the man whom Sorrow named his friend
Cried out, Dim sea, hear my most piteous story!
The sea swept on and cried her old cry still,
Rolling along in dreams from hill to hill.
He fled the persecution of her glory....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“I fled Him, down the nights and down the days;
I fled Him, down the arches of the years;
I fled Him, down the labyrinthine ways
Of my own mind; and in the midst of tears
I hid from Him, and under running laughter.”
—Francis Thompson (18591907)