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Certification12 Our Rating

3.1 Happy Days, 3.2 Catastrophe, 3.3 Rough for Theatre II, 3.4 Breath, 3.5 That Time find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The year is 1964. The place is Brighton. A once quiet seaside town is suddenly overrun by gangs of sharp suited Mods and greasy Rockers looking for a riot. Amongst the chaos lurks top Mod and gangster Pinkie Brown. Ruthless, ambitious and horrifically violent, Pinkie will stop at nothing in his brutal quest to make a name for himself within the criminal underworld. But when a cold bloodied killing links him to a waitress named Rose, he uses seduction to secure her silence; But Pinkie’s world is find out more...

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A timely look at the playwright John Osborne who redefined British theatre in 1956 with 'Look Back In Anger'. Using previously lost material from his plays, 'The Entertainer', 'Luther', 'Inadmissable Evidence', 'Epitaph for George Dillon', 'A Patriot for Me', talking heads too numerous to mention, from the cream of British thespianism, and recollections of Osborne himself, this is a fascinating insight into a genuinely angry man and his defining body of work. find out more...

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Adapted from Bruce Chatwin's book and very much 'Thomas Hardy does Wales'. We follow four generations, in particular the intense relationship of two identical twin brothers, Ben and Lewis, of a Welsh hill-farming family. Visionary direction and ravishing scenery, our countryside at its very best. find out more...

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Certification12 Our Rating

Adapted from a John Irving novel we follow the young Homer Wells who has spent most of his life within the confines of St Clouds Orphanage. Homer is being groomed by the eccentric proprietor, Dr Larch, but he has the need to strike out on his own before his destiny is decided for him. "Cider House Rules" is an engaging and well performed film, and a worthy attempt on the original book. find out more...

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South Carolina, 1964; Lily Owens is a young girl haunted by the memory of her mother, who died in an accident when she was just a toddler. When Rosaleen, a woman hired by her father to look after Lily, insults a pivotal town figure, she and Lily are forced to flee and find a new home. On their journey they come across August, who takes them in on the simple proviso that they help out on her farm. It is here that Lily begins to blossom again, discovering the joys of life, family, and the wondrous find out more...

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1962 and seemingly wealthy married couple Chester and Colette MacFarland are in the Acropolis of Athens, Greece, when they meet feckless young tour guide Rydal who is immediately taken with the beautiful Colette and doesn't hestitate when the couple invite him to dine with them. Later in the evening, however, he begins to realise that Chester is hid find out more...


Certification18 Our Rating

A brilliantly atmospheric and evocative adaption of Milan Kundera's novel of love, invasion and exile in the Prague spring of 1968. Tomas, a talented doctor, has to choose between both his lovers and political compromise or exile from the country he loves. A superb film of love and life. find out more...