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Certification15 Our Rating

Deliciously camp comedy about three Sydney drag queens who accept a gig in Alice Springs, that hot-bed of cosmopolitan liberalism! A stonking seventies soundtrack accompanies the inevitably eventful trip through the outback, but it's the outstanding performances which make this such a corker. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Neil Jordan's Oscar winning thriller. Distinctly unusual very bleak and sure to become a classic. Split into two distinct sections, pre- and post-trauma, the atmosphere is superb. Electric performances from all the cast, and a vicious twist make this a must. British film at its best. find out more...

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Improbably based round the true story of how a group of khatueys, effiminate men, came to represent the province of Lampang at volleyball and how, despite official disapproval, they proceeded to win the national inter-provincial championship. Hilariously funny, for once high camp isn't annoying, the quarrelling/making up, made up lads(?), despite broken fingernails and personal trauma, emerge triumphant. This film never has a bad moment and will leave you up-lifted. find out more...

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A brilliant biopic of Quentin Crisp the self-styled "Stately Queen of England", an effeminate gay, a flamboyant exhibitionist, sparkling wit and a character who gave more pleasure to the world than the world gave to him. Played brilliantly and with pathos by the versatile Hurt. find out more...

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Dickie Greenleaf (Law) has pretty much everything; good looks, the love of a beautiful woman, a charm and charisma that is hypnotic, and courtesy of his millionaire father, wealth and the idle time to spend it as he chooses. Idyllically ensconced on the summer coast of Italy, Dickie unwittingly invites Tom Ripley (Damon), a young man with none of Dickie's financial advantages but a sociopathic determination to have them, to share his world. What begins as an intriguing drama develops into a dark find out more...

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Carter Page III is a "walker", he escorts the wives of the rich and powerful when their husbands are otherwise engaged and he can do this because he's a well-bred homosexual. When one of his ladies finds her secret lover murdered Carter agrees to be the one who 'discovers' the body, a lie that hurls him into a Machiavellian world of dark malevolent political intrigue with himself cast as the stool-pigeon, a fate he must use all his wits to escape from. find out more...

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A landmark in Egyptian cinema and adapted from Alaa Al Aswany's spectacularly popular novel, "The Yacoubian Building" deftly blends multiple personal stories of the denizens of a Cairo apartment building from the decadent upper-class beys and pashas in the fading glory of the downstairs apartments to the immigrants from Upper Egypt, prey to exploitation and fundamentalist overtures, on the roof. An excellent montage of characters who both symbolise modern Egypt and are caught in its decline. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A top-quality Brit flick, frighteningly well-observed and with a cast to die for. Set in and around Camden, it follows six twenty-somethings on the eternal quest for true love, or at least great sex! Danny (Douglas Henshaw) finds his marriage to Hannah (Catherine McCormack) in tatters after just 30 minutes when he discovers she's been shagging the best man, and accidentally ends up in bed with frumpy fat bird Marey (Kathy Burke) after the ensuing booze bender. Then there's lesbian Emily Woof, ob find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

College room-mates Stuart & Eddy are like chalk and cheese but soon hit it off and turn their digs into a cosy bachelor pad. So they're less than pleased with a new arrival in the shapely form of Alex. But the threesome's rampant hormones are about to run riot in this brilliantly saucy comedy.

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XXY (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

We follow a teenage boy, whose mother and surgeon father are visiting another Argentine family on the rugged south Uruguayan coast. It is the relationship between the boy and his hermaphrodite teen host that we follow, each, in their own ways, confused and anxious adolescents uncertain of their roles in life and their futures. This sensitive and observant film is anchored by Ricardo Darín as the young 'girl's' marine biologist father and his attempts to give her/him the freedom to find his/her o find out more...