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3 IRON (2004)

Certification15 Our Rating

Tae-suk is never short of a place to stay, and every place provides a revelation, none more so than the house of a rich business man. Tae-suk enters the homes of strangers while they are away, stays for a short time, leaves the place immaculate and then moves on, but in this house he discovers Sun-hwa, the abused wife of its owner and in a break from his solitary existence Tae-suk decides to take her with him. 3 Iron is a ravishing tale of romance in both its execution and imagery. Tender, restr find out more...

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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...

Certification18 Our Rating

A stunning directoral debut from Robert De Niro. The tale of a boy who grows up in the Bronx, it manages to convey the harsh and brutal realities of New York's toughest neighbourhood, whilst also being a moving account of love, life, coming of age and divided loyalties. Definitely one to watch.

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As a young pilot returns home in May 1945, a relationship is formed as he desperately contacts a radio operator before bailing out of the sky. He lives, evading his celestial escort, meets the aforementioned operator and falls in love. But he must face a heavenly court to decide if he should live or die. Amazing.

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Following on from his 'Twenty Four 7' Shane Meadows keeps the same setting for this story, the rundown and oppressive estates of his native Nottingham. A stranger helps out two young lads who are best mates and next door neighbours, his initial act of kindness however soon proves to have a darker self-serving purpose, and the boys' gratitude and respect for their new found adult friend drags them into a dangerous and obsessive world. 'A Room for Romeo Brass' is strong drama; witty, disturbing an find out more...

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The recently orphaned Baudelaire children find themselves taken in by a distant relative, Count Olaf, but the devilish Count is not paternally inclined, what he's after is the enormous fortune of the darling wee bairns. Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events is a truly ravishing family film; ingenious, beautifully visualised and just the right side of fantastically odd, a rare treat regardless of your age. find out more...

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Mathilde and Manech are teenagers in love, unfortunately their feelings have find out more...

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The mighty 'dc trawl through their back catalogue of reprehensible rock before an enormous crowd. The set features a high quota of classic Bon Scott period material for those of us who remember them back in the day. The performance matches the majesty of their 'basic boogie played VERY loud' approach with attitude, props and theatrics that leave one wondering if the taste police are being payed off in order to keep the band on the road. There's more than a whiff of the Spinal Taps about them, an find out more...

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An all-singing, all-dancing, star-spangled musical leap around the biblical story of the Nativity. A who's who of British comedy talent taking the whole Jesus in a manger thing and good heartedly weeing all over it. A pleasure. find out more...

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Charlie Kaufman is a screen writer struggling to adapt Susan Orlean's best selling novel "The Orchid Thief". As he tries to get to grips with his work Charlie must also deal with his twin brother/alter ego(?) Donald, a problem compounded by the gradual but seamless blending of reality and fiction. A surreal tale which defies the imagination of us mere mortals, Adaptation is an intelligent, crackingly performed, hilarious and perceptive flick, Spike Jonze's second feature lacks the "you what!!?" find out more...