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This fast-paced and beautifully constructed film debut by Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu has won critical acclaim all over the world. Weaving the stories of the three victims of a brutal car crash which we witness in the first scene, the film takes you through three very separate worlds that all come together on Mexico's mean streets. From the world of a high-class supermodel to the depths of despair felt by an exiled ex-assassin, Amores Perros is a real achievement in filmmaking. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Juan Villegas has the luck of the luckless, now living in his daughter's tiny flat with her new family and unemployed, his attempts to sell hand carved knife handles are not going as well as he would have hoped. After an act of kindness on the roadside Juan is given a pedigree dog and so begins his unlikely journey towards a life as exhibitor and breeder, with the help of his experienced, if slightly wayward new friend, Walter. Bombon El Perro is a beautifully observed tale, but its very simplic find out more...

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Brandon Teena is a new face in the isolated community of Falls City and it's not long before he has charmed the locals, in particular the women, who find his boyish good looks and gentle charm magnetic. Brandon has a secret though, and while in itself the truth is neither dark nor malevolent, in a place such as Falls City, the revelation of his true identity will have disturbing and destructive consequences. Boys Don't Cry is an incredibly powerful and at times horrifying drama, with some superb find out more...

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At the peak of her international career, Maria Enders is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years ago. But back then she played the role of Sigrid, an alluring young girl who disarms and eventually drives her boss Helena to suicide. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant to rehearse in Sils Maria; a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal is to take find out more...


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The first 5 of a series of 10 critically acclaimed films, all of which take place in the same Warsaw apartment block and focus on the complexities of human relationships. The first deals with the relationship between a father and son and the second with a doctor forced to play God. In the third Janusz is persuaded by a woman to drive all over town in search of her husband. In the fourth Anka's relationship with her widowed dad is challenged when she finds a letter showing he may not be her real find out more...

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A multi-stranded tale of tragedy after tragedy unfolds against an icy Finnish backdrop. Following the sacking of a school teacher we follow a chain of misfortune from victim to victim; a loser car-thief, an ex-alcoholic vacuum salesman, who falls off the wagon in spectacular style, a depressed policewoman, a computer hacker and the policewoman's husband amongst others. A dark, uncompromising film which shows how fickle and cruel fate can be. There are some moments of humour but they are jet jet find out more...

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Outrageously good! Jarmusch takes us on 5 different cab rides, all over the world, and at the same time makes us laugh cry and fume. Each is brilliant in its own way, with a mad and hysterically funny ride through Rome complimenting the pathos of redundancy in Helsinki. Destined to be a classic! find out more...

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What do you do if you can't have a baby? Simple - steal one from someone with too many! The trouble is that's where your problems REALLY begin, especially given a pair of ex-cons and a Rambo-like baby-repo-man! Slapstick satire and farce in this bizarre and unrelenting comedy. Another Coen gem. find out more...

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For those familiar with Kiarostami's work, ‘Ten' comes as an accomplishment of previous themes as well as a surprise in changing the gender perspective (female instead of male). The quest for social insight, inner balance and fitting within one's own destiny is seen this time from the angle of a self-liberated woman, hence offering a psychological foray that adds an unexpected sense of satire and unselfishness to Kiarostami's favourite subject: the search for identity. Meanwhile, for those who find out more...