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Based on the true story of Caroline Mathilda, the English princess who married King Christian VII of Denmark in the early 1770s.
Keen to be a dutiful wife and Queen, Caroline's hopes are soon dashed when she discovers the King's true madness. Turning away from her husband she finds herself in the arms of the King's physician, a radical libertarian, with whom she embarks upon a passionate affair that will bring the king find out more...


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Ralph Thomas's very watchable adaptation of Dickens's tale of revolutionary France. Bogarde plays the melancholy, self-pitying lawyer Sidney Carton, who finds his metier in the daring rescue of a French nobleman. Bogarde's laconic delivery makes the film. Excellent. find out more...

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Inside this conventionally structured biopic resides an extraordinary story of an extraordinary man. William Wilberforce was the parliamentary spokesman for a group of radicalised young Evangelists (and Quakers), who despised the money politics and corruption of late 18th Century UK politics and who fought for many reformist policies, the most notable of which was the one this film annotates, the abolition of slavery, a process that took years of political skulduggery and the slow passage of find out more...


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Antonio Banderas delivers a powerful performance as the title character of this incredible true story of how Mexican Revolutionary Pancho Villa allowed a Hollywood crew to film him in battle, altering the course of film and military history in the process... find out more...

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Immaculate costumes, a brilliant script and two star-crossed lovers in a battle of wits in this tale of the unconsummated romance between Thailand's reformist King Mongkut (Rama 4) and Anna Leonowens, his son's English tutor. All this set a backdrop of court intrigue against the still running Rama dynasty. Very good. find out more...

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Compulsive viewing and a quality adaptation from Auntie Beeb. Shot in Hungary and England it tells Tolstoy's classic story of an affair that society will not forgive, and deals with the concepts well. find out more...

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A harrowing and necessarily disturbing re-enactment of the terrible events that took place on January 30th 1972, when soldiers of the parachute regiment shot dead 13 unarmed civilians. The exact truth of events is not fully known even today, but the killings, on what would become known as "Bloody Sunday", must bare much responsibility for the escalation of violence in Northern Ireland. A conflict lost in blind hatred, where religious denomination became the focus for morally defunct and murderou find out more...

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The first and best of the Italian "Mexi-Westerns", on a par with Leone's and with a haunting soundtrack. An American mercenary teams up with a bandit on the fringes of the revolutionaries in order to assinate their leader. A violent political film from the same pen as The Battle Of Algiers. find out more...
CARLOS (2010)

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Edited down from a highly acclaimed TV mini-series 'Carlos' tells the story of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, the Venezuelan terrorist/revolutionary better known as Carlos the Jackal. Commencing with his joining the PFLP, through the 1975 raid on the OPEC meeting in Vienna, his time on the run until his eventual capture in 1994, the film depicts the man as a revolutionary, a terrorist, a mercenary, an arrogant charmer, a megalomaniac, as cold-blooded, but capable of extreme bad temper, and always with find out more...