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Moving documentary about the internationally renowned Ballets Russes, composed of a well researched narrative and infused with illuminating, amusing anecdotes from some of the major players. The film maps the company's Diaghilev-era inception in fin-de-siecle Paris to its inevitable swan song, a history which encompasses some of the best known artists of the period including Dame Alicia Markova, Frederic Franklin, Nijinsky, Balanchine, Picasso, Miro, Matisse and Stravinsky. Ballets Russes repres find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Nong Toom has become one of the very best at his particular discipline, the ancient martial art of Muay Thai, but unlike many of his fellow combatants, Nong is in search of more than just fame and fortune. In the perfection of his art Nong hopes to find the financial means by which he can redefine his very sexuality. Based on a true story, Beautiful Boxer is a bone crunching display of its art, though, perhaps, some of the emotional subtleties have been lost in between the stunningly choreograph find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Chronicles the life and times of Nucky Thompson, the undisputed ruler of Atlantic City, who was equal parts politician and gangster.
High production values and a fine ensemble cast: HBO knows how to do TV.

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Pizza delivery agent Hussein struggles to find his place in a complex and contradictory modern Islamic Iran. Masterfully directed by Jafar Panahi, 'Crimson Gold' shows a very different side to Iran and its undeniable poignancy rightly earned it the Prix Un Certain Regard at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. Beginning in extraordinary fashion with a hold up on a Tehran jewellery store that ends in tragedy, the film then backtracks to detail the events that drove an essentially ordinary, decent man t find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

Recorded in the San Francisco Opera House in 1988, this performance of Puccini's La Boheme contains an international cast of singers and players, including Italo Tajo and Luciano Pavarotti find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

After the 11th September 2001 the War Against Terror is preparing to move on to Iraq. The UN have sent in the weapons inspectors to find if Saddam has indeed Weapons of Mass Destruction and the political machines in both the UK and US are working to present the strongest possible case for war in the face of (in the UK) very vocal opposition from the public. With the dossiers released and the threat established the "need for war" is set and, on the 19th March 2003, th find out more...


CertificationU Our Rating

William Powell stars in this Oscar winning biopic charting the fall and rise and fall (and rise...) of Florence Ziegfeld's showbiz extravaganzas, including his legendary Follies. The cast is excellent (which features some original Ziegfeldians) and captures the fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants optimism that dominated Ziegfeld's tumultuous career. The music is great and the dancing sublime. Do yourself a favour! Watch it and cry for an age when such reckless decadence was something to be admired... find out more...

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An expressionistic look at the ballet world focusing on the rigid relationship between artist and teacher until a young composer brings the ballerina back to reality. Ground-breaking at the time in its use of colour and movement and made more intriguing by its real-life model of Nijinsky/Diaghilev.

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