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Certification15 Our Rating

Former perv-master Almodovar goes all new man with this latest offering, widely considered to be his most accomplished film yet. After the accidental death of her beloved son, Manuela leaves Madrid for Barcelona, where she plans to look up old friends, exorcise her ghosts, and, just maybe, tell her long-estranged ex about the son he never knew he had. But this involves bring up some painful and unpleasant secrets from the past, and present. Almodovar's characteristically camp humour is still pre find out more...

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A young man is found in an abandoned, gothic mansion, with only scissors for hands. He is promptly whisked off to an even stranger world - the one where normal people live. Tim Burton laces a story that is tragic, fantastic and funny with his stunning visual style, complete with pastel bungalows, surreal shrubbery and grotesque outfits. find out more...

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When Joel meets Clementine he feels alive for the first time in his life, she is everything he has so successfully repressed in himself; vivacious, impulsive and game for anything. Two years down the line and Joel finds himself alone again, and worse still he finds Clementine has wiped him from her memory. Lost and angry Joel decides to do the same, but as he enters into the process, the memories flashing across his subconscious revitalise what he thought had gone…...love, and so begins a desper find out more...
KOSMOS (2011)

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Mona’s teenage life defines the word ‘crap’, not tragic, just without hope; her brother is the only family she has left and he’s found God in the same obsessively sociopathic way that he originally found booze, while a weekly hump in the back of a van with a married man actually constitutes fun rather than repetitive sexual abuse. Into this world wanders Tamsin, pretty, pretentious, spoilt but ignored and with a dangerous sense of mischief born of arrogance and naivety. An intense relationship b find out more...

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Victor Vargas lives in New York's Lower East Side, and is in the midst of that messy leap from boy to man. Stuck in the family flat with his eccentric relatives Victor finds himself having to deal with everything at once, including first love. Winner of a number of awards and inspired by Peter Sollett's critically acclaimed thirty minute short, "Five Feet High and Rising", Raising Victor Vargas is a delightful tale told with wit, charm and a refreshing lack of conceit. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A daring and beautiful adaptation of Shakespeare's classic love story. Clare Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio give dazzling performances as the star-crossed lovers who try in vain to bring their warring families together. Combining Elizabethan text with an urban, futuristic setting. Highly recommended! find out more...

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Scarlet-haired punk Lola (Potente) has just 20 minutes to raise 100,00 marks, otherwise her petty criminal boyfriend Manni (Bleibtreu) will have to explain to his psychotic gangster boss, how he managed to leave the proceeds of a shady drug deal on the Berlin subway. With time running out it looks likely that Manni may have to rob the convenience store across the way in order to save his skin. And as each second ticks by Lola is forced to make decisions that go on to influence future events. Th find out more...