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Certification15 Our Rating

Louis (Gaspard Ulliel), a terminally ill writer, returns home after a long absence to tell his family that he is dying. 

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Certification18 Our Rating

Himir lives at 101 Reykjavik and though fast approaching thirty he has yet to leave the comfort of his mothers home or indeed the ease of social security, but the arrival of his mother's lesbian lover and impending fatherhood are about to put a sizable spanner in his hopes for eternal slackerdom. 101 Reykjavik is a quirky and hipply hedonistic black comedy, driven along by some pretty twisted premises and a central character who is an irredeemable and apathetic git pretty much to the end. find out more...
11'9"01 (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

A homage to the memory of events that took place on September 11, 2001 in New York. Eleven Directors from around the world put together a series of shorts each one 11 minutes, nine seconds and one frame in length and all based around the consequences of that fateful day. 11'09"01 is a thought provoking and often moving experience that covers many cultures and provides a refreshingly honest and diverse breadth of opinions. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Ridley Scott directed epic that gives the definitive version of the Columbus story. The lush scenery, superb casting and top-notch direction don't quite make up for it being overlong, but on the whole Scott (and Depardieu) have painted a wonderful and absorbing picture. Well worth a watch! find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Powerful, highly acclaimed epic directed by Bertolucci. The story, a grandiose account of the life and times of two separate families in 20th Century Italy, is beautifully complimented by the all-star cast. Depardieu is the salt-of-the earth peasant, whilst De Niro is the....... find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

........son of the wealthy landowner. The film unfolds the two intertwining stories, following the fortunes of the contrasting families. The cast really allows Bertolucci's direction to come alive, and provides enthralling viewing. Exceptionally good drama. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

2046 (2004)

Certification15 Our Rating

Chow Mo Wan is a man whose painful past has left him wary of love. Now committed only to a lack of commitment, Chow embarks on a series of affairs that promise to fulfil little more than his carnal desire. The majority of Chow's passion is devoted to his Science Fiction novel, a tale of characters travelling on a train to the future in order to reclaim their past. Set in the 1960s and following on from Wong Kar-Wai's passionate but ephemeral In The Mood For Love', 2046 is a ravishing tale of lo find out more...
3 IRON (2004)

Certification15 Our Rating

Tae-suk is never short of a place to stay, and every place provides a revelation, none more so than the house of a rich business man. Tae-suk enters the homes of strangers while they are away, stays for a short time, leaves the place immaculate and then moves on, but in this house he discovers Sun-hwa, the abused wife of its owner and in a break from his solitary existence Tae-suk decides to take her with him. 3 Iron is a ravishing tale of romance in both its execution and imagery. Tender, restr find out more...
3 WOMEN (1977)

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In a dusty, under-populated California resort town, Pinky Rose, a nave and impressionable Southern waif, begins her life as a nursing home attendant. There, Pinky finds her role model in fellow nurse "Thoroughly Modern" Millie Lammoreaux, a misguided would-be sophisticate and hopeless devotee of Cosmopolitan and Woman's Day magazines. When Millie accepts Pinky into her home at the Purple Sage singles' complex, Pinky's hero-worship evolves into something far stranger and more sinister than eithe find out more...