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KOSMOS (2011)

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MAGNOLIA (2000)

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A tour de force with a stellar cast, events unfold over the period of just one day as a series of apparently random characters, from a game show host too an ex-boy genius, weave into each others lives through chance, circumstance and even divine intervention. 'Magnolia' is a drama of the highest order with both comic and very dark touches, some fine performances and an absorbingly intricate story line. find out more...

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One of Stanley Kubrick's earliest films, Paths of Glory is a seminal anti-war movie. Set during the First World War, the French general staff give the order for Colonel Dax (Douglas) and his men to attack a particularly well fortified German position. The order is little more than authorised suicide and when the remanants of Dax's men return, the high command, looking for something to distact from their murderous incompetence, decide to court-martial three of the surviving soldiers. The outra find out more...


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A fantastic looking film with a very pregnant atmosphere. Based on a true story of three girls disappearing on a school outing (only one was found and she remembered nothing). The film transforms this into an allegory for the loss of innocence that is associated with virginity and childhood. find out more...

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Jack is a hit man and weapons expert who finds himself hurriedly relocating from the icy savannah of Sweden to the remote mountains of northern Italy. It is here, when hes presented with the unexpected chance of happiness, that Jack resolves to end his morally bankrupt profession; but he has become more prey than hunter and the noose is tightening. Anton Corbijn has created a beautifully atmospheric and minimalist film, rich in a visual mood more evocative of some of the best of European cinema find out more...

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Superb sets, acting and Swiftian dialogue puts this historical "whodunnit" up among the best films to come out of Britain in years. An English noblewoman employs a haughty artist to sketch 12 drawings of her husband's estate in exchange for sex. The sketches themselves prove of an even greater significance than supposed upon the discovery of the body of Mr. Herbert. find out more...

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"Josephine Decker has created a new style of thriller that employs allegory, incorporates touches of David Lynch as well as Magritte -esque imagery. Decker's setting of a remote farm feels like a metaphor for what turns out to be hell. The raw and emotional (and yes, sometimes funny) dialog tells a story that can seem familiar at points but really is meant to keep you guessing and off balance. I really enjoyed how the undertones of this film came to life through her very deft contrast of the find out more...