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John Nash is a brilliant, though socially awkward, mathematician and with his latest work he has achieved the acclaim that he so needed, but John is also prone to delusional behaviour, and when a mysterious stranger asks him for his help to thwart a conspiracy against the Stars and Stripes, John becomes increasingly obsessive, a state of mind that begins to push away all those he holds dear, even his loving wife. Very loosely adapted from a true story "Beautiful Mind" is the bog standard slickly find out more...

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The brothers are back with this dark tale of one man's patient struggles with the burdens of life in a very Jewish 1960s Mid-Western community. find out more...

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'Bobby Fischer Against the World' is a documentary feature exploring the tragic and bizarre life of the late chess master Bobby Fischer. The drama of Bobby Fischer's career was undeniable, from his troubled childhood, to his rock star status as World Champion and Cold War icon, to his life as a fugitive on the run. This film explores one of the most infamous and mysterious characters of the 20th century.

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BRONSON (2007)

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Michael Peterson was born in 1952 into a well off Luton family, "As a boy he was a lovely lad. He was obviously bright and always good with children. He was gentle and mild-mannered, never a bully he would defend the weak" (comments from his aunt). Somehow something went seriously wrong and he has spent 34 years incarcerated at Her Majesty's pleasure, 30 of them in solitary confinement. He has renamed himself Charles Bronson and is proud of the one thing he has in his life: his reputation as t find out more...

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In October 1968, Donald Crowhurst, a 35-year-old engineer and father of four, embarked on one of the last great adventures of the 20th Century. He was one of nine men who set out from the English coast that autumn as part of the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race, chasing to be either the ?rst or the fastest man to circumnavigate the globe single-handed and non-stop. But for Donald the dream turned into a nig find out more...


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While the Americans were trying to reach the moon the economically and politically suffering British had found a new sort of hero, long distance yachters. The Sunday Times put up a prize for the person who could make the fastest non-stop solo circumnavigation of the globe, a feat thought beyond the endurance of man or machine and so it proved for all but one of the Kiplingesque adventurers who stepped into the breech. This remarkable documentary, from the team that brought us Touching The Voi find out more...


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Based on a true story we follow the fortunes of Susanna who has been dubiously diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, trapped in a state of self-loathing she rebels against the authorities within her psychiatric hospital and finds solace with her fellow inmates, in particular the hypnotically charismatic Lisa, a grade 'A' sociopath. Girl Interrupted is a cracking drama, with all the ingredients of a fine story; humour, pathos and passion, sensitively directed and with an absolutely com find out more...

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A perfect example of 60's cult classic that is mercifully absent of kitchen sink syndrome. Morgan is an anarchistic artist and a man for whom the words sanity and restraint are merely the chains that bind others. Obsessed with winning back the affections of his soon to be married ex-wife, Morgan will go to any lengths to achieve his goal, and the surrealer the better. Morgan: A Suitable Case For Treatment is blessed with an iconic British cast in their formative cinematic careers, sharp witty d find out more...
SYLVIA (2003)

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Talented but plagued by her owns demons Sylvia Plath's early relationship with husband and fellow poet, Ted Hughes, is dominated by Ted's ambition and success. In the early years of their marriage Sylvia lacks inspiration and her deepening depression is exacerbated by her husband's philandering. It is only towards the end, when they are separated, that Sylvia is able to truly explore the dark depths of her soul and write the searingly brilliant poetry that earned her fame. A tale of their turbul find out more...

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