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As a young pilot returns home in May 1945, a relationship is formed as he desperately contacts a radio operator before bailing out of the sky. He lives, evading his celestial escort, meets the aforementioned operator and falls in love. But he must face a heavenly court to decide if he should live or die. Amazing.

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Taking man's inhumanity to man as its central theme, 'Au Hasard Balthazar' traces the life of a donkey, christened Balthazar by a group of young children, from birth to death. Balthazar's story begins on a small farm in a rural district of France. Throughout his life he is owned by many of the locals, returning to some of them more than once, and is set various tasks, from drawing a carriage to performing in a circus, turning a grindstone to acting as a smuggler's means of transport. Some owners find out more...

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Based on the novel by Truman Capote. A brilliant romantic comedy about a young girl, Holly Golightly, who is determined to marry into money, but discovers that her next door neighbour has more important qualities! find out more...

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Grant is in uncharacteristic mode as a skiving, drunken bum seeing out WW2 on a South Sea island. Bribed into coast watching for the Aussie Navy, he takes to his task quite happily until the arrival of a shapely French schoolteacher and her seven small charges. A light-hearted saccharine romance. find out more...

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Donat is perfectly cast as the lovable teacher, in this classic British drama, reminiscing about his career and personal life over the decades, his rise from lowly Latin master to headmaster of a public school and the joys and tragedies which moulded his transformation. The film won a staggering seven Academy Awards. Hugely enjoyable. find out more...
HARVEY (1950)

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Elwood's sanity is brought into question when he starts seeng a six-foot rabbit. His family however are more concerned with the effect it is having on their social standing, and make moves to have him committed. A brilliant farce and deservedly famous film. Puts the C in classic. Charming. find out more...

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Multi-Oscar winning romantic comedy that has Gable as the poor but honest hack who meets the snobbish, spoilt Colbert as she buses across the USA. He attempts to get through to her, and the byplay between the two stars is a model of skilful direction. Touching and funny in equal measure. Won five Academy Awards at the 1934 Oscars. find out more...

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 Frank Capra's classic bittersweet drama about George Bailey (James Stewart), a small town businessman who has long considered himself a failure. Things come to a head one Christmas Eve in 1946, when facing financial ruin and arrest he contemplates suicide. Standing on a bridge and ready to jump George's fate now rests in the hands of an Angel eager to earn his wings. It's a Wonderful Life is widely considered to be one of the finest films ever made, it is certainly one of the greatest f find out more...

KOTCH (1971)

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Wilma Kotcher tells her husband, Gerald, that his father is no longer welcome in their home, but the feisty dad, Joseph P Kotcher, won't allow himself to be locked up with a bunch of other senior citizens. Instead he decides to move in with a troubled teenage babysitter who has become pregnant. Joseph finds new meaning in his life by lending the girl, Erica, a hand. At the same time, the teenager learns a lot about life from her new roommate. Kotch is a touching tale directed by Jack Lemmon. find out more...