Four films by British documentary film maker Molly Dineen. 'Home from the Hill' (1987), Dineen's debut feature, tells the story of Colonel Hilary Hook, a retired soldier who must leave his Kenyan home to return to Britain. Dineen returns to Kenya for 'In My African Farm' (1988), a portrait of British colonial stalwart Sylvia Richardson. 'Heart of the Angel' (1989) goes behind the scenes of the Angel, Islington, one of London's busiest underground stations. The three-part documentary 'In the Company of Men' (1995) chronicles the experiences of the Prince of Wales Company of the Welsh Guards, stationed in Northern Ireland and presided over by the charismatic Major Crispin Black. Episodes are: 'The Commander', 'The Novice' and 'The Brotherhood'.