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CertificationPG Our Rating

A totally stunning critically acclaimed transposition of the well known opera, exploring the legend through various forms of popular Spanish dance and folk-song, primarily flamenco. Complex in its ambitions and achievements, mixing dance rehearsals with sexual encounters, real fights with choreographed rumbles, and all with beautiful Spanish settings. A work of art and great cinema. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A faithful rendition of the popular opera with Lorin Maazel conducting the Orchestre National de France in a first-rate performance. Domingo's bemused passion as the simple soldier is backed by his magnificent burnished tones and warm-voiced Migenes is suitably sensual as the wild gypsy Carmen. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

On a military base in America's deep south, sexy creature Carmen is desired by many men but the one man she wants (Belafonte) she must lure away from his sweetheart (James)... find out more...
DIVA (1981)

Certification15 Our Rating

One of the most stylish and beautiful films ever made and a cult classic that helped to repopularise French cinema over here. A courier obsessed with a beautiful black opera singer enters an underworld of visual splendour and tortuous emotions where love and desire go a long way to realising dreams. Brilliant! find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating


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CertificationE Our Rating

Recorded in the San Francisco Opera House in 1988, this performance of Puccini's La Boheme contains an international cast of singers and players, including Italo Tajo and Luciano Pavarotti find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Carmen is a terrorist who falls in love with a young cop guarding a bank that she and her gang try to rob. She leads him on, the pair of them legging it to her film-maker uncle's beach pad, while dragging the two of them closer to their ultimate doom. Carmen runs around naked a lot, string quartets play Beethoven, uncle (Godard himself) can't get his film act together and the romance fizzles out. As for you Bizet fans out there, make of it what you will, but 'Carmen' is in there, albeit in a con find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

On the eve of World War One a magical drama unfolds as Tamino sets forth on a perilous journey in pursuit of love, light and peace in a world afflicted by darkness, death and destruction. The Magic Flute is Kenneth Branagh's film adaptation of Mozart's classic opera. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Powell and Pressburger's follow-up to The Red Shoes is a trio of stories concerning the perils and heartbreak of unrequited love. Although at times uneven and perilously close to kitsch, Hoffman remains a lavish and sumptuous spectacle of dance, music and film. find out more...