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CertificationPG Our Rating

Nafas is an Afghan journalist living in Canada when she gets a message from her sister, still living in the place of their birth, pronouncing that come the next solar eclipse she will commit suicide. Nafas decides to make the perilous journey to her home land and find her sister, returning to the veil she had long left behind on her return to a country ravaged by civil war and still under the iron grip of the Taliban. Kandahar is a stunning piece of film making with some breathtaking images. Sho find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Less accesible Bunuel, but still interesting and witty. We follow two vagrants on their pilgrimage to Spain. Along the way they meet various biblical characters, slip through a time-warp amongst other bizarre digressions. Sometimes the symbolism is a little obvious, but the humour saves it. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Mayhem-filled road movie from the director of "Accion Mutante" and "Day of the Beast". Perdita Durango (Rosie Perez) likes to live life on the edge, and that's putting it mildly. Together with her psychic drug-dealer lover Romeo, kidnapping, frenzied sex and demonic rituals are all in a day's work for the brunette bombshell. When they're hired by the Mafia to do a "delivery", there's no stopping this crazy couple in their quest to become the most over-the-top outlaws in Mexico. Completely nuts. find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus is a thought-provoking road trip through the American South - a world of churches, prisons, coalmines, truck-stops, juke joints, swamps and mountains. Along the way we encounter various musicians, including: The Handsome Family, Johnny Dowd, 16 Horsepower and David Johansen, old time banjo player Lee Sexton, Rockabilly and Mountain Gospel churches, and novelist Harry Crews. All tell grisly stories down a dirt track. The film is a collage of stories and testimon find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Things are a bit complicated for Anakin; the war continues to escalate, the Jedi are being betrayed left, right and centre, the dark Lord of the Sith wants him as his apprentice and his now consummated love for Queen Amadala breaks all of his codes as a knight. The Chosen One is ready for turning to the dark side, while democracy is about to give way to the empire and its ultimate henchman, Darth Vader. Though rather like a drawn out explanation of the bleedin' obvious, the third episode of the find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Like, have you ever really looked at the back of your hand? 'What the Bleep Do We Know' indeed... If this sugar-coated paddling pool of a film is anything to go by, not bleeping much. Never has such an infinitely fascinating and perplexing subject been made to feel so like a shampoo advert, and never has The Unifying Theory of Everything ever seemed so far away, or so unappetising. Boo. find out more...