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ARIEL (1988)

Certification15 Our Rating

Taisto Kasurinen is a Finnish coal miner whose father has just committed suicide, a misery compounded when he is then framed for a crime he did not commit. In jail Taisto starts to dream about leaving the country and starting a new life, but after managing to escape from prison he swiftly discovers that the rest of his hopes may not be quite as easy to achieve as he had originally fancied. A delightfully quirky, shrewd and downbeat comedy drama from the man responsible for ‘Leningrad Cowboys'. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

On a beach paradise in Northeast Brazil, Shangri-La - a huge festival of art and alternative culture - serves as a backdrop of intense sensory experiences between three different young find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Thirty-something couple Burt and Verona discover they are expecting a child and begin to freak out about their abilities and resources to raise it. Moving from one set of friends/family to another they, somewhat annoyingly, discover they are strong enough to build their own model of 'a family'. Written by husband and wife duo Dave Eggers and Vendela Vida, and directed by Sam Mendes, 'Away We Go' is a 'Garden State'-esque American Indie that will appeal to some and wildly annoy others. find out more...

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In the middle of the Second World War teenage Alyosha is commended for destroying two German tanks, but, rather than take a medal, he requests a four day pass to visit his mother. Ballad of a Soldier is about this journey and the life enhancing encounters therein. Nominated at the 1962 Academy Awards for Best Screenplay, this classic of post-war Soviet Realism won many international film awards on its release, most notably a BAFTA Award for Best Film. find out more...

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Perennial loser Stephen hasn't left his flat for months and it is there that he hilariously relives a disastrous trek that he took round Europe the previous year with his alter ego Bunny. A surreal very British comedy from the team who brought you 'Mighty Boosh' and 'Garth Marenghi's Darkplace'. find out more...

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Set in France during the mid-1970s, Vanessa, a former dancer, and her husband Roland, an American writer, travel the country together. They seem to be growing apart, but when they linger in one quiet, seaside town they begin to draw close to some of its more vibrant inhabitants, such as a local bar/café-keeper and a hotel owner.

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Certification12 Our Rating

Britney Spears is Lucy, just your average high school lass, with an over bearing dad and a yearning ambition to become a musician. One night just before she is due to graduate the pressure becomes too much and she sets off on a road trip of discovery and hope with her two best friends. Crossroads is not a bad debut for the queen of pop in waiting, and though I'd be hard pressed to recommend it, that's probably got more to do with my embittered decrepitude than the watchability of this teen drama find out more...

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The boys behind Daft Punk move into experimental art house cinema with this their directorial debut about two robots (oh yes) on a quest to become human. An intriguing, though perhaps not entirely successful, labour of love that, though with a frustratingly small amount of their own fine music, boasts an excellent soundtrack from Mayfield, Eno, Haydn and Chopin. A cinematographically beautiful midnight movie. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Another fine offering from Mr Tarantino, with an array of larger-than-life characters, funky tunes and bloody set pieces.  A kindly bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) befriends runaway slave, Django (Jamie Foxx), and the two of them then embark on a romantic adventure of the most violent kind.  find out more...


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Ben is a shy, gawky teenager pretty unchuffed with his over-bearing mother and his own social awkwardness. Enter Evie, a feisty lady of advanced years, who whisks Ben off on an adventure his repressed imagination hadn't even dreamed of. Think ‘Harold and Maude' without the dark, quirky, perceptive wit and you have another perfect example of a good old, sweet natured British comedy/drama. find out more...