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Certification12 Our Rating

Jakob, a young man who enters a school, run by brother and sister Herr and Lisa Benjamenta, which trains servants. The teachers emphasize to the students that they are unimportant people. Jakob finds the school to be an oppressive environment, and does not enjoy the lessons in subservience that he receives. He proceeds to challenge the Benjamentas and attempts to shift the find out more...


Certification12 Our Rating

The Atlas Mountains 1981; 7-year-old Mehdi lives with his mother and granddad without their father, a school teacher who's been jailed for his political beliefs.
'Mille Mois' both paints a picture of village life in a traditionalist society grappling with modernisation and new ideas and is a wonderful evocation of life in Morocco. It also won Le Premier Regard award at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Simon uses a school project to create a story of his own family past.
Atom Egoyan is back on familiar ground here with people trying to reconcile different visions of reality, contrasting memories of the past and their own private mythology with reality. Pretty darn good. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Set against the backdrop of an elite American East Coast prep school, protagonist Robert is an apathetic teenager who seems interested only in YouTube-esque videos of either babies, kittens, pornography or violent acts. When Robert takes part in the school's AV club he unexpectedly captures a traumatic event that will irreversibly alter the lives of everyone at his school. Far from ‘easy viewing', 'Afterschool' is an intense, intelligent and provocative account of one boy's conflicted and trou find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Akeelah Anderson, a precocious eleven-year old girl from south Los Angeles has a gift for words and despite the reservations of her mother she enters pretty much every spelling contest she comes across. When Akeelah's ability earns her an opportunity to compete for a spot in the Scripps National Spelling Bee it brings not only hope to her stern tutor but manages to unite the whole neighbourhood. Akeelah and the Bee is a touching and well performed feel good drama. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Yuichi is an introverted young teenage lad whose sole emotional outlet and escape from the harsher realities of life is his love of music and in particular the iconic pop star Lily Chou Chou. Via her music and the solace of her website Yuichi gradually begins to find himself a voice and a belief in his own worth. "All About Lily Chou Chou" is a stunning piece of cinema, both to see and hear, while the story itself is a thoughtful and perceptive observation of the difficulties that can overwhelm find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating


Certification12 Our Rating

An easy going tale of a 1960s eye-opening affair between 16-year-old middle class and Oxford bound smart aleck Jenny and flash 30-something working class Jack set in the glorious suburb of Twickenham. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A dramatisation of the spy Guy Burgess's school days at Eton, showing the cruel and rigid system that educated the leaders of the day. Extremely convincing in its detailing, including Everett's portrayal of the young, exuberant, homosexual Guy Burgess. A modern British cinema classic. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

This is the middle story of Satyajit Ray's Bengali trilogy and, after Pather Panchali, we find Apu on the cusp of adulthood. The young lad moves with his family to Benares but with the death of his father, Apu's desire to continue his learning is affirmed and as his passion for knowledge grows so he and his mother find themselves drifting apart, especially as he wants to leave home and go to Calcutta to study. Aparajito is a beautifully drawn film and an immaculate observation of the characters find out more...