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CertificationU Our Rating

A successful actress employs a woman in exchange for her flattery, only to find her employee is scheming her way to the top at her own expense. An intelligent, bitchy script complements the fine acting, making this one of Time Out's top 100 films of all time. Won Best Picture at 1950 Academy Awards.

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Certification15 Our Rating

At the peak of her international career, Maria Enders is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years ago. But back then she played the role of Sigrid, an alluring young girl who disarms and eventually drives her boss Helena to suicide. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant to rehearse in Sils Maria; a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal is to take find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Plucked from obscurity (well, Tilbury Town Railway Station mid argument with her boyfriend to be more accurate), Katie Jarvis plays Mia, a bored teen who lives on a council estate with her drunken mother and younger sister. This is the second feature film from British critics' darling list of directors, Andrea Arnold, this time exploring teen angst and depravity to great cinematic effect, popular and critical acclaim. This DVD release also includes Arnold's Oscar winning short film 'WASP', ofte find out more...
GIRLHOOD (2014)

Certification15 Our Rating


Certification18 Our Rating

In an unnamed European town, in an unspecified era, live Cynthia and Evelyn. Every day Evelyn cycles to Cynthia’s chateau to work as a lowly maid and every day the cruel, vindictive Cynthia inflicts countless sad find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

"Josephine Decker has created a new style of thriller that employs allegory, incorporates touches of David Lynch as well as Magritte -esque imagery. Decker's setting of a remote farm feels like a metaphor for what turns out to be hell. The raw and emotional (and yes, sometimes funny) dialog tells a story that can seem familiar at points but really is meant to keep you guessing and off balance. I really enjoyed how the undertones of this film came to life through her very deft contrast of the find out more...