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Certification18 Our Rating

Let's be honest, you either love or hate cinema's infamous enfant terrible, Lars von Trier. Those of you who love him you will find ĎAntichrist' his most entertaining and beautifully orchestrated work to date. Layered, witty and wryly tongue-in-cheek at every turn, ĎAntichrist' is brutal, honest and intelligent in both its observation of human emotion and in its exploration of a life riddled with love, loss and psychosis. Those of you who hate him however (and for newcomers who aren't familiar w find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Two middle aged people meet in Tuscany; he is a British author in town to talk about his new book, she is a French gallery owner in search of originality. Together they tour the local exhibitions, cafes, museums and discover that nothing is quite what it seems and truth, like art, is always open to interpretation. An artistic conceit, though an often playful and witty one, from the director of 'Taste of Cherry' and 'The Wind Will Carry Us'. find out more...
CLEAN (2004)

Certification15 Our Rating

Emily's life hangs in the balance, she's a junkie living with a failing rock-star, who's about to od on heroin, she has dreams of her own of rock success and she's a mother trying to raise a young boy. Sentenced to 6 months in prison she emerges to a world of limited options, her son has been taken into the care of her parents-in-law, she has to stay clean and she needs to find a way of making a living. She moves restlessly from Canada to London to Paris, can't hack a dead-end job as a waitress find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

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...


Certification15 Our Rating

Selma is an immigrant factory worker in America, whose only form of escape is through the Hollywood musicals of old, her young son is going blind and she is struggling to scrape together enough money for an operation to reverse his condition; But Selma's grim existance is on an ever darker path and as her world escapes from her control it spirals into a relentless and unavoidably doomed finale. Visually stunning, surreal and unflinchingly tragic, Dancer In The Dark won the Palme D'or at Cannes find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Winner of the Best Actress award at Cannes, 1967, and possibly the prettiest film of the sixties. A high-ranking Swedish soldier sacrifices his wife, career and social standing for the love of a young circus girl, but their idyllic liaison is soon tainted by the realities of life. Romantic tragedy. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

The best of Fellini went into this bleakly funny study of five young men adrift in the wasteland of their provincial home town. Middle class layabouts living by cadging off their families, aimlessly spending their days in pursuit of amusement and girls while nursing vague ambitions never likely to be more than pipe-dreams, they are trapped as much by their own moral bankruptcy as by the futureless society in which they have never quite grown up. Beautifully shot and performed, and governed by an find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating


Certification12 Our Rating

Life is crazy. You're crazy, I'm crazy, we're all crazy. We're all a little bit Minnie, and a little bit Moskowitz. Sometimes it does seem best to be sensible...but then what might you be missing out on? You gotta be you. You don't have to park cars and semi-randomly yell at people, but you can't hide yourself behind a veil (or dark sunglasses) and pretend and act like ever find out more...


CertificationPG Our Rating

Winner of the Best Foreign Film Oscar back in 1957, this early Fellini drama also bagged a Best Actress award at Cannes for Giulietta Masina, and was the inspiration for the hit musical "Sweet Charity". Cabiria (Masina) is the archetypal tart with a heart, a street prostitute who never loses her smile or her faith in human nature, despite being rejected and ripped off by the various men in her life. Digitally remastered from a newly restored print which contains a seven-minute scene not seen sin find out more...