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Certification12 Our Rating

Set during the late 1930s and using Hitler's first trip to Italy and the myopia of fascism as the stories lynch pin we watch the unexpected burgeoning of an intense relationship between a bored bigoted middle aged wife and her homosexual, possibly suicidal neighbour. Ettore Scola creates an intense and revelatory scenario between his two protagonists, while Loren and Mastroianni give mesmerising performances in the central roles, perfectly capturing the mood of two ordinary people on the cusp of find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A dramatisation of the spy Guy Burgess's school days at Eton, showing the cruel and rigid system that educated the leaders of the day. Extremely convincing in its detailing, including Everett's portrayal of the young, exuberant, homosexual Guy Burgess. A modern British cinema classic. find out more...

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Narrated via the memoirs of Captain Charles Ryder while stationed at the Brideshead Castle during WWII, we follow his increasingly intense, confused relationship with the aristocratic Flyte family and in particular brother and sister Sebastian and Julia. An impressive if slightly pointless cinematic adaptation of Waugh's classic much better done in the epic television drama. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

First three episodes of the famous TV adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's classic book. The year is 1939 and Captain Charles Ryder is billeted in Brideshead Castle, an event that takes him back to his days as an Oxford undergraduate and his friendship with the wild, eccentric Lord Sebastian Flyte.... find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Kline and Judd combine well in this delightful homage to the life and times of Cole and Linda Porter, man and wife, composer and muse, a couple who led a life of glamour and indulged eccentricity. There's no shortage of the man's music, which is unfortunately sometimes murdered by using a series of unsuitable singers; "It's De-Lovely" by Robbie Williams, "Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)" by Alanis Morissette, "Begin The Beguine" by Sheryl Crow, "Let's Misbehave" by Elvis Costello, "Be a Clown" find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Based on a Tennessee Williams play and touching on all manner of depraved horrors. Taylor plays the girl driven to madness by what she's witnessed and Clift is the shrink being pressured to lobotomise her, but Hepburn steals the show as the unnervingly genteel aunt trying to sweep everything under the carpet. find out more...