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Certification12 Our Rating

The man's a genius. Watch his films. That is an order. On this disc are: find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

The Castle of Otranto (1979); The Fall of the House of Usher (1980); Dimensions of Dialogue (1982); Down to the Cellar (1983); The Pendulum, The Pit and Hope (1983); Virile Games (1988); Another Kind of Love (1988); Meat Love (1988); Darkness-Light-Darkness (1989); Flora (1989); The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia (1990); Food (1992). find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A remake of Jean Renoir's 1931 film 'La Chienne', this is Hollywood film noir at it's bleakest and most psychologically tortuous. Edward G Robinson plays a middle-class, middle-aged painter who becomes obsessed with an actress-cum-prostitute played by Joan Bennett. An incisive script, haunting score and claustrophobic visuals. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A young black man charms himself into the lives of some wealthy liberal New Yorkers by lying that he's at college with their offspring and that he's Sidney Poitier's son. Uncovering his lies throws them into confusion as they analyse their own mixed reactions. Successfully adapted from the stage play. find out more...

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An artful documentary about the life of Daniel Johnson, singer/songwriter, artist, cartoonist and general artistic genius, but a man sadly afflicted with a severe mental illness that makes him totally self-delusional and an occasional danger to both himself and others. Daniel, raised in a Christian fundamentalist family in deepest West Virginia, amongst many of his fantasies, sees Devils everywhere, and with his overblown self-importance, not helped by his legions of admirers, vying with his low find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

A sublime film about the nature of loneliness told through the experience of the eponymous Tony Takitani. Brought up by his musician father, Tony lives a socially secluded life until he meets and falls in love with Eiko, a fashion-obsessed fitty, and the intimacy he shares with her is both tender and, ultimately, tragic. A remarkable film, meditatively paced, touchingly sincere with a fascinating aesthetic style, and the soundtrack is measured and judged to perfection. A deeply humane effort fro find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Erik Vonk (Rutger Hauer) is a carefree artist and ladies man until he meets Olga (Monique van de Ven), a beautiful young woman with an equal passion for sexual adventure. They marry in a frenzy of erotic ecstasy, only to find that real life has other plans. When Olga is struck by a tragic illness, Erik must make a searing choice between a lust that cannot be tamed and a love that refuses to die. find out more...