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Certification15 Our Rating

After having neglected her children for many years, world famous pianist Charlotte visits her daughter Eva in her home, where to her surprise she finds her other daughter, mentally impaired Helena, whom Eva has taken out of the institution where their mother had placed her. The relationship is strained, but the encounter is crucial for the future of both women, and one night a conversation releases all the things they have wanted to tell each other. Classic late Bergman. Slow-burning - get those find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A fine and sumptuous adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic story finds the plane Jane of the title finding happiness as the governess at Thornfield Hall, and love, in the arms of its brooding master, Mr Rochester. Full of passion, pain, loss, hope and redemption, Jane Eyre is a worthy example of what the Beeb does best. find out more...

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A fine and sumptuous adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic story finds the plane Jane of the title finding happiness as the governess at Thornfield Hall, and love, in the arms of its brooding master, Mr Rochester. Full of passion, pain, loss, hope and redemption, Jane Eyre is a worthy example of what the Beeb does best. find out more...
PERSONA (1966)

Certification15 Our Rating

Elizabeth is a highly renowned actress who has lost her ability to speak, Alma is the nurse responsible for helping her through her psychological, rather than physica,l ailment. As the relationship between the two women develops Alma seamlessly becomes Elizabeth's voice, the start of a metamorphosis that sees the very essence of who they both are beginning to blend. Bergman's remarkable voyage of the psyche is deemed one of his very best, visually stunning and hypnotically intense. find out more...

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A compendium of 6 monologues written by Alan Bennett and delivered by 5 of Britain's best actresses and the man himself. The stories are gripping, witty, warm, poignant and tragic in turn and what is not said is often as revealing as what is. Classic, classy stuff from a master wordsmith. find out more...

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The film opens with a heart rending scene when Julia loses her three-year-old daughter in New York's Central Park. Cut to the present day and a psychologically damaged Julia, having resisted all attempts to break through her isolation, comes across Louise, a troubled young woman with a chequered past. All Julia's psychic wounds painfully resurface, as does her irrational hope that Louise may be the daughter she lost so long ago. 'Girl in the Park' is an intelligent and powerfully performed psyc find out more...

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Meet Pippa Lee; a kind, beautiful woman with a handsome family, a devoted husband and an all-round contented, privileged life. Soon though, Pippa fears for her sanity and becomes increasingly entwined in the dark, dense fabric of her past, confusing and complicating her relationships in the present. 'The Private Lives of Pippa Lee', based upon Rebecca Miller's novel of the same name, is a subtle, well observed portrait of a single yet multitudinous woman. find out more...