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Scrooge is a miserly old businessman in 1840's London. One Christmas Eve he is visited by the ghost of Marley, his dead business partner. Marley foretells that Scrooge will be visited by three spirits, each of whom will attempt to show Scrooge the error of his ways. Will Scrooge reform his ways in time to celebrate Christmas?
Well-received version of an extremely familiar morality tale.

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1.1 Waiting for Godot, 1.2 Not I, 1.3 Rough for Theatre I, 1.4 Ohio Impromptu, Addenda documentary. find out more...

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Poet Laureate John Betjeman traces his steps and words, dramatising some of his poems, around many of the places in the south of England that he enjoyed and celebrated. Anyone who loves his poetry will find them greatly enhanced by seeing the visual reality that inspired much of his work. find out more...

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Following Cobain from his earliest years in Aberdeen, WA, through the height of his fame, a visceral and detailed cinematic insight of an artist at odds with his surrou find out more...


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Portraits of the people that occupy the small shops of the Rue Daguerre, Paris, where the filmmaker lived.

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'Happiness' tracks the bittersweet transition as an innocent, simpler lifestyle slowly fades to the seduction of technology and progress in the village of Laya, nestled deep in the Himalayan mountainside of Bhutan. Told through the eyes of Peyangki; a captivating and dreamy nine year old boy, who is sent by his mother to study at the local monastery because she cannot afford to raise all six of her children. Beautiful, sad and... inevitable.

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If you're reading this then congratulations you have probably just finished watching one of the best dramas the BBC have ever produced. On this disc, a real treat, a 70 minute documentary "The Epic That Never Was" narrated by Dirk Bogarde which tells the story of a Charles Laughton and Merle Oberon version of I Claudius. Although the film was never completed there are some sizable scenes on offer. Also on this disc is "I Claudius- A Television Epic" featuring interviews with the cast and directo find out more...

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A timely look at the playwright John Osborne who redefined British theatre in 1956 with 'Look Back In Anger'. Using previously lost material from his plays, 'The Entertainer', 'Luther', 'Inadmissable Evidence', 'Epitaph for George Dillon', 'A Patriot for Me', talking heads too numerous to mention, from the cream of British thespianism, and recollections of Osborne himself, this is a fascinating insight into a genuinely angry man and his defining body of work. find out more...

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This film showcases Noam Chomsky, one of America's leading linguists and political dissidents. It illustrates his message of how government and big media businesses cooperate to produce an effective propaganda machine in order to manipulate the opinions of the United States' populace. Travelling with Chomsky through Canada, Japan, Europe and across the USA, the documentary bears witness to a tireless man informing, challenging, and being confronted by the public and the press. Fascinating, distu find out more...

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Great doco about the early days of NY hip hop and life on the projects. One of the best features of this film is that it examines the political trajectory of Nas' career through his lyrics as well as the environment and familial situation that gave rise to his stardom. Must see for fans of his music. And anyone interested in the political side of rap music.

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