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A wonderfully adapted film based round the exploits of Cicero, aka Elyesa Bazna, the Albanian born valet (Mason at his best) of the British ambassador to Turkey, who sold secrets to the Germans during 1944. The valet's gentlemanly pretensions are put to the test in this tale of espionage and romantic intrigue. Ace.

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Godard's hugely influential debut went on to inspire a new wave of French cinema and this is the film which epitomised the iconoclasm of the early Nouvelle Vague. Belmondo is the hip gangster, modelled on Bogart, whose escapades, including shooting a cop, leave him and his girlfriend on the run from both the cops and his enemies. The insolent casual style and cool moods make this the ultimate film noir.

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The sister who drinks too much, the daughter who divorces too much, they're both there with Tobias and Agnes for a little get-togetherů and tear-apart. 'A Delicate Balance' was Edward Albee's first Pulitzer Prize winning play and in it he examines the same waspish middle-class America which he explored to such caustic effect in 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?' find out more...

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The original and best adaptation of Hemingway's sweeping WW1 novel. Cooper positively smoulders as the US ambulanceman who falls in love with an English nurse and finally goes AWOL to join her only to find, tragically, that he may be too late. Oscars for Best Cinematography and Sound. find out more...

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An American officer and German cabaret singer are having an affair, but a starchy Republican congresswoman sent to Berlin to check on 'morality', whilst initially shocked by the levels of corruption surrounding her, soon falls for the officer's charms. find out more...

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A young draughtsman is forced into a shotgun marriage. A landmark in English cinema in terms of social realism, dealing with the lives of ordinary people set against a grim Northern backdrop, it remains keenly observant in detail and rather moving in its very unpretentiousness. find out more...

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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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One of Hollywood's saddest heartbreakers with the emotional Garland, fast approaching her final crack-up, superb as the fast rising young star leaving behind her true love, Mason in one of his greatest performances, on the slippery road to failure. The DVD version includes important excised footage, many scenes admirably filling gaps in the original, rediscovered in archives. find out more...

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A fading Southern belle comes to stay with her sister on the seedy side of New Orleans. Tension erupts as her brutal brother-in-law forces to the surface her shabby pretensions and the neurosis which threatens her sanity. A totally absorbing tale with outstanding performances from the all-star cast. find out more...
ACCIDENT (1967)

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A languid Oxford summer is the background to this self-assured treatment of Harold Pinter's screenplay. A calm veneer of civilization is laboriously peeled away after an undergraduate is killed in a car crash, setting the six central characters, (three men, two wives and a girl), at odds as they gradually tear each other to shreds. Superb performances and a disconcertingly urbane atmosphere. find out more...