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Certification15 Our Rating

A fading Southern belle comes to stay with her sister on the seedy side of New Orleans. Tension erupts as her brutal brother-in-law forces to the surface her shabby pretensions and the neurosis which threatens her sanity. A totally absorbing tale with outstanding performances from the all-star cast. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Encounter of three social classes in England at the beginning of the century; the capitalists, the Wilcoxes, whose only god is money, consider themselves as aristocrats, the enlightened bourgeois Schlegels and the proletarian Basts. The Schlegel sisters' humanism will be torn apart as they try both to softly knock down the Wilcox's prejudices and to help the Basts. Essentially the same story as Room With A View, nobody marries beneath their station and class is everything, but with a distinct el find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

In 1840s New York Catherine lives with her physician father Dr Sloper. When Morris Townsend, a handsome but penniless young man, comes along and woos and wins his daughter's heart, Dr Sloper is sure that he is only after her considerable inheritance, and opposing their marriage he whisks her away to Europe. After Catherine returns to New York, the young lovers plan to elope but will Dr Sloper's threat to disinherit his daughter finally force Morris to show the money grabbing colours her fathe find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Three women, separated across the 20th century, held together by the trials of time, love and loss. The first, Virginia Woolf, is in the throes of her first defining novel, Mrs Dalloway, while the second is a 1950s housewife now reading Woolf's book, and drawn towards a momentous re-evaluation of her life. The most contemporary of the trio is Clarissa, a woman who to all intents and purposes is Mrs Dalloway, and it is the gradual intertwining of their stories that comprises much of the film's ch find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Burton and Taylor in a screen version of the kind of love-hate relationship which they were famous for in private, a kind of on-screen therapy. Taylor gives what is probably her finest performance as the blowsy harridan Martha, while Burton is not quite so hammy as usual as her angst-ridden college professor husband. The verbal fireworks that occur when they invite a young couple to dinner are surprisingly convincing. A must see classic. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Ken Russell, an over-the-top director, takes a bash at DH Lawrence, an over-the-top author. The two perfectely compliment each other in this fine screen version. find out more...