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Certification15 Our Rating

Louis (Gaspard Ulliel), a terminally ill writer, returns home after a long absence to tell his family that he is dying. 

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Fanis, a professor of astronomy and astrophysics, recalls his childhood growing up as a Greek boy in Istanbul and the time spent with his shopkeeper grandfather learning about life and, in particular, the art of cooking. And it was here, in his grandfather's store, that he first fell in love, with Saime. After political tensions over Cyprus in 1963 Fanis's family were deported, but his grandfather stayed in Istanbul, and it is decades later that they meet again as Fanis returns 'home', after yea find out more...

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Who's got time for children when you're a strong, independent, business lady of the 80's? Diane Keaton does an admirable job of conveying the stresses of bringing up a baby within vomiting distance of Wall Street. More intelligent (but still very conservative) than 'Three Men And A Baby', which was released at around the same time, Harold Ramis' emasculated husband is the saving grace of the film. He manages to bring a surreal sadness to the film as a man who is as uncomfortable in the Capitalis find out more...

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An enjoyable adaption of Helen Fielding's bestselling book. We follow our heroine on her increasingly desperate search for someone to love who loves her right back and whose closet merely houses clothes rather than skeletons. 'Bridget Jones's Diary' is a fun and slick romantic comedy very much in the tradition of Notting Hill. find out more...
CHOCOLAT (2000)

Certification12 Our Rating

Vianne arrives in an idyllic French village and sets up a chocolate shop, soon her recipes are melting the hearts and inhibitions of the villagers, much to the annoyance of the ultra-conservative Mayor, who fears for their souls. The arrival of a gypsy, Roux, kindles desires within Vianne herself and as romance blossoms, battle commences within the village. Chocolat is a very sweet and whimsical drama that uses some fine actors and a lot of beautifully lit photography, but it's a slight tale an find out more...

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Tilda Swinton takes the star turn as the wife of filthy rich Milanese industrialist Tancredi Recchi and much of the film takes place in their opulent mansion. It is here that sexual attraction, romance and personal/female liberation will lead to a family crisis for these members of the haute bourgeoisie.
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Certification15 Our Rating

Tita's heart is broken when she is forbidden to marry the man she loves because of a family tradition. When her sister instead marries her lover her anger goes into her magical cooking. A wonderfully inventive and touching story, with superb visual flourishes - a beautiful, colourful fable.. find out more...
LUNCHBOX (2014)

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Saajan, a Mumbai office worker nearing retirement is delivered the wrong lunch by a dabbawala. Young housewife Ila had intended it for her emotionally indifferent husband. To Saajan's surprise, the food is a vast improvement on his usual meal. When he finds a note from Ila enclosed with another meal, he decides to write back. So begins Ritesh Batra's exquisite comedy drama.

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Toula's just hit thirty and there's no man in sight, not a problem you might think for a modern woman, but Toula belongs to a traditional Greek family and she's still very much embroiled in their embrace. Ian is the tall not so dark stranger who transforms her world and while the infatuated couple prepare for life together her eccentric family move in to add some traditional chaos. "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is a delightful romantic comedy, light, fluffy and full of farce. Pure escapism. find out more...