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Certification15 Our Rating

The shocking and tragic true story of Derek Bentley, hanged for a murder he didn't commit, after a trial that shamed the British justice system. Powerful and moving performances and a brilliant recreation of the 50s by the director of "The Krays" in this truly disturbing and riveting drama. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Christy Brown was an Irish cerebal palsy victim who overcame his severe handicap to become a talented painter and author with just the use of his left foot. Daniel Day Lewis is totally and utterly convincing as Brown - using method acting he became Brown and his thoroughness makes the film a great one. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Internationally feted on release, this is the remarkable true story of a young Sardinian boy, so dominated by his father that he grew up not only an illiterate shepherd, ignorant of the outside world, but, in his long sojourn alone guarding the sheep, lost the power of speech. He returned from national service a wiser man able to liberate himself from his father's tyranny. Brilliant.

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PLENTY (1985)

Certification15 Our Rating

David Hare's brilliant screenplay is both a comment on the desperate results of a casual sexual encounter, the passion of a moment snatched in war-time France - the intensity of which can never be matched again, and a commentary on the post war decline of Britian. A brilliant movie! find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

The film version of Kurt Vonnegut Jr's famous anti-war sci-fi novel. Slipping back and forth along his own life line a suburban optometrist experiences the fire bombing of Dresden and captivity on the planet Trafalmardore. A powerful and seemingly unfilmable book that turned out to be a great movie. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A highly acclaimed and influential account of Algeria's turbulent past made in psuedo-documentary style. The tense plot surrounds the rise of nationalist organisations in '54 and the French government's attempts to quell them. This film was the prototype for most political thrillers of the 1970s. find out more...

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When Waring Hudsucker, head of hugely successful Hudsucker Industries, commits suicide his board of directors, led by Sidney Mussberger, come up with a brilliant plan to make a lot of money: appoint a moron to run the company and, when the stock falls low enough, buy it up, take over the company and restore its fortunes. They choose idealistic Norville Barnes, who just started in the mail room, and Norville is whacky enough to drive any company to ruin, but he comes up with a brilliant idea... ' find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

An ex-SS officer, now a hotel porter, meets by chance a young woman who was previously his prisoner in a concentration camp. Unwillingly drawn together again they resume their sado-masochistic relationship. A compelling, though morally ambiguous, study in dominance and submission. find out more...

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The death of his father brings Luo back to his home village where his mother, much to the consternation of the mayor, is insisting upon a traditional burial. His mother's determination causes Luo to recall the stories he heard as a child about his parents' remarkable courtship and through flashback we return to the time of their youth. The Road Home is a visually ravishing story of love and partnership. A Berlin Special Jury Prize-winner. find out more...