An Irish television drama based on a series of novels by Ken Bruen. Set in Galway, the series stars Iain Glen in the eponymous role of Jack Taylor, a former officer with the Garda Síochána (national police) who becomes a "finder" (ie. a private investigator) after leaving the service.
Lance Corporal Jack Jones is a fictional Home Guard platoon lance-corporal, veteran of the British Empire and butcher, portrayed by Clive Dunn in the BBC television sitcom Dad's Army. Description from snipview.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Self-destructive, pigheaded, and overfond of the bottle, Jack Taylor (Iain Glen) is a forty-something ex-cop trying to earn a living as a private detective in his native Galway. Taylor has burned a lot of bridges, but he still has a knack for uncovering ugly truths. In his new trade, Taylor finds evil at every turn: the serial murders of young female factory workers, a vicious vigilante group executing summary justice, and a sadistic nun dubbed “Lucifer” by her former charges.
Minimal film poster for the green mile. Green mile is a film about guards of death row that discover an inmate with a mysterious gift. I think the main colour here is green because (apart from the obvious title "the green mile") Green is seen a lucky colour so I think they have used that here to show the luck and the fate of the inmate. green is also a symbolising colour of hope and new beginnings which I think they want to portray in the poster