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Certification15 Our Rating

Madrid, 1922; a young Salvador Dali arrives at university and meets the likes of Luis Bunuel and Federico Garcia Lorca, the latter of whom he has a brief affair with. Later, moving to Paris, Dali's life is altered by another affair, with married woman, Gala, to the intense heartbreak of besotted Garcia Lorca. find out more...

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As a child John Lennon was raised in 50s suburban Liverpool by his prudish aunt, but his somewhat wilder biological mother floats back into his life in his late teens and the film operates as a domestic drama with the two battling for his soul. The late great Beatle is not around to blow the whistle on this somewhat straight-laced Freudian bio-bit-pic. find out more...

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The Terence Davies Trilogy acts, as do his two later films, ‘Distant Voices, Still Lives' and ‘The Long Day Closes', as a reconstruction of his childhood and youth in working class post-war Liverpool. In his trilogy Davies uses alter ego Robert Tucker, a shy and introverted child who is assumed to be not as able mentally as his peers and so bullied by those around him. Robert's home life is darkly overshadowed by his violent abusive father and his guilt over homosexual feeling, which is exacerba find out more...
TOAST (2011)

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A comedy drama based on the slim memoirs of cook and food writer Nigel Slater. In 1950s Wolverhampton, nine-year-old Nigel is left with his distant father and new housekeeper Joan Potter after the death of his adored mother. Unlike his mother, wh find out more...