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Previously filmed in 1931 under its original title, An American Tragedy George Eastman (Clift), is a charming but aimless young man who goes to work in a factory run by a distant, wealthy relative. Feeling lonely one evening, he has a brief tryst with assembly-line worker Alice Tripp (Winters), but he forgets all about her when he falls for dazzling socialite Angela Vickers (Taylor). Just when George's personal and professional futures seem assured, Alice, pregnant with his child, demands that find out more...

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David Lean's epic romance set against the turbulant backdrop of the Russian revolution. One man's struggle for moral political and personal survival amidst the complex web of intrigue and tangled loyalties that accompanied the fall of the Tsar.

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Winner of four Oscars including Best Film and Best Actress. Jessica Tandy stars as Miss Daisy, the cantankerous Jewish widow who very unwillingly has to hire a black chauffeur. Over the years these two very different people have to learn to live together. Both humourous and touching. find out more...
KATYN (2007)

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Based on the novel 'Post Mortem: The Story of Katyn' by Andrzej Mularczyk this film tells the horrific story of the 1940 Soviet NKVD's massacre, and subsequent cover-up, of an estimated 22,000, mainly Polish, military officers, police and intellectuals. Rarely does a film about the horrors of organised genocide achieve in its representation such an honest and harrowing account of crimes against humanity. find out more...

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A stunning dramatisation of the mesmerising life and ultimately tragic times of Edith Piaf, the ‘little sparrow'. The singer's life is beautifully evoked, as is the time, while Marion Cotillard in the central role is perfection. A moving and marvellous delight.....'Je ne regrette rien'. find out more...

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It's 1950s America and recent graduate Katherine Watson has been employed by a prestigious, but archaic, girls' school as their new art history teacher. Katherine however is keen to teach way beyond the set curriculum, she feels it her duty to expand the minds of her repressed pupils and drag a reluctant social strata into the modern world. 'Mona Lisa Smile' is not unlike 'Dead Poets' Society', ruthlessly adept with the emotional manipulation, intense and earnest but head crunchingly shallow; yo find out more...

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Attenborough's deeply moving film of the life of CS Lewis. Hopkins is peerless as the quiet author and Oxford don whose world is overturned by the brash, vivacious Joy Gresham (the brilliant Winger). Her decline into illness sees Lewis open his heart for the first time. Stunning and emotional drama. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Buddy Holly laid the foundations for a generation of popular music with his groundbreaking combination of country music and rhythm and blues. This film tells his story from it's explosive beginning to its tragic end with Gary Busey giving an electrifying Oscar nominated performance as the young genius from Lubbock Texas, who changed the tune of rock 'n' roll history.

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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...

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One of Hollywood's greatest love stories with Streisand and Redford making a dashing, if unlikely couple. As college sweethearts they defy their all too obvious differences to be together, but, as the marriage progresses, Redford's easy success as a writer threatens to destroy the idyllic union. One of the most referenced final moments in film (see Sex and the City). A classic romance. find out more...