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Certification15 Our Rating

The friendship between two girls is tested to its absolute limits in this utterly compelling drama set in the twilight years of Communist-era Romania. Gabita, young, na´ve and pregnant, turns to her more pragmatic room mate Otilia for help and a meeting is arranged in a downtown hotel with a shady abortionist. Entering a dangerous and illegal underworld where the stakes are high and nothing is as it seems, the girls are set for a life-changing experience that neither will ever forget. "4 months, find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Jacob Peterson is devoted to the small Indian orphanage that he runs, but cash flow problems force him to return to Denmark where, despite his bullish nature, he receives a very generous funding offer from a wealthy businessman. Frustratingly for Jacob the money has stipulations, one of which is to attend a wedding, an event which propels him back into a past he thought long forgotten. 'After The Wedding' is a stunning drama that builds and maintains more tension than most thrillers; characters find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Michel Gondry's mainstream hollywood comedy is an excellent family film and genuinely funny. Hapless Jerry (Jack Black) magnetises his brain whilst sabotaging the local power plant and wipes out the content of the videos at the independent video store where his best friend Mike (Most Def) works. The two hatch a plan with hilarious success to fox customers by remaking the films, and a cult of "sweded" films sweeps the town.... But is it enough to save the shop from redevelopment? find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A frustrated, highly strung, spectacularly unsuccessful puppeteer inadvertently finds a passage way into the mind of John Malkovich and, uniquely skilled as he is in the art of manipulation, this seems like the perfect opportunity to escape his dead-end life and dull wife. There is little point in trying to explain the story further, you'll just have to watch this fantastically surreal, absurd, dark, gobsmackingly original comedy - the brainchild of a quite obviously seriously warped puppy. G find out more...


CertificationU Our Rating

A classic piece of British cinema, set in the Himalayas, where a group of nuns are leading a tough and isolated existence. As outside influences gradually intrude on the group the sisters find themselves falling prey to human temptation and neurosis. Stunning, erotic and thought provoking. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Hailed as the best film debut since Eraserhead, Donnie Darko's instant cult status and mainstream success are well deserved. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Hailed as the best film debut since Eraserhead, Donnie Darko's instant cult status and mainstream success are well deserved. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A brilliant movie from the same director as "Stranger Than Paradise". Our three low-life heroes escape from jail into the Louisiana swamps and find that they might have been better off inside. Off-beat, very stylish, funny and just brilliant! find out more...
FARGO (1996)

Certification18 Our Rating

An excellent black comedy, handsome thriller and a tall story that keeps you guessing as it unwinds. The genuinely ridiculous plot (a man pays a couple of goons to 'pretend' to kidnap his wife in order to get his paws on his in-laws' 'ransom' money) is completely credible as mighty plans fall apart, spiralling ever more beyond the protagonist's control and leaving us marvelling at the complex stupidity of human nature. A modern classic.

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FESTEN (1998)

Certification15 Our Rating

A family reunion is the setting for this dark and inventive film from Denmark. When the eldest son gives a speech for his father, Helge's sixtieth birthday, Helge and the guests are taken aback by what they hear. There's also a missing daughter and a party of revellers keen to pretend the speech never happened! The fantastic cinematography from Lars von Triers as well as the richly textured plot makes this a unique film. Highly recommended. find out more...