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Certification15 Our Rating

It's 1941 and the golden days of Tinsel Town. Seriously earnest New York scriptwriter Barton Fink is lured to Hollywood with an offer to write a wrestling movie. Stricken by writer's cramp and seeking inspiration, Barton finds it in real life events. This witty drama was a Cannes Film Festival multi-award winner. find out more...
BIUTIFUL (2010)

Certification15 Our Rating

Uxbal is a criminal middleman, helping human traffickers and illicit street peddlers in Barcelona. But in the thick of his corrupt and compromised world, he indulges in small acts of kindness, particularly to his beloved children and, unusually, the recently deceased, with whom he can commune. When Uxbal discovers he has cancer the desire to leave something of worth becomes greater. It is this harrowing and heart rending journey to some form of redemption that is the main focus of 'Biutiful'. Ba find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

It is 1962 and a young newspaper editor, Chow, is finding his marital partner is rarely around to share his life; Lonely and lost Chow finds friendship with his neighbour, Li-zhen, whose husband is as absent as his wife. Into this increasingly charged relationship comes a discovery that could release the two of them, but may ironically part them forever. In The Mood For Love is a breathtakingly beautiful film, visually and emotionally faultless. find out more...
KOSMOS (2011)

Certification12 Our Rating


Certification15 Our Rating


Certification15 Our Rating

NAKED (1993)

Certification18 Our Rating

David Thewlis delivers an incredible performance as the clever and sarcastic Johnny. On the run from reality he turns up at his old girlfriend's house in London, where he proceeds to cause havoc. An inspired mix of script and improvisation with masterful direction, Leigh has taken a dark and inward look at life on Britain's bottom rung. Superb. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Twelve-year-old Akira is head of his family, two younger sisters and a brother. Dad has never featured in their lives and mum, well she has a tendency to come and then go. Left to their own devices the children have to adapt to survive and in doing so they observe the grown-up world with a wonder and resignation that breaks the heart and blows the mind. Based on a true story, which was reported in the Japanese news in 1988, and shot in a semi-documentary style "Nobody Knows" is a deeply moving a find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Ann (MacDowell) is not happy: her husband John (Gallagher) is a lawyer who, unbeknownst to her, is having an affair with her virtually estranged sister (San Giacomo). The deception only comes to light with the arrival of John's old friend Graham (Spader), a shy, impotent eccentric who gets his kicks from watching interviews he has taped with women about their sexual experiences. Soderbergh's first feature is less concerned with actions per se than with the gulf between deed and motivation, betwe find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Having left the city, Alex and Vera set up home with their children in a remote but idyllic-seeming country house. But then one day Vera makes a shocking confession, setting in motion a chain of events that will lead to tragedy. The Banishment is a powerful and atmospheric portrait of an unravelling marriage loosely based on a short story by American novelist William Saroyan. A stunningly shot film about male pride, morality and betrayal. find out more...