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Certification18 Our Rating

Frankie Mac is a troubled lad. Born and bred in Edinburgh's old town, life has not been an easy one, and when the only figure he's ever admired turns out to be a sham, so do his hopes. After a troubled childhood Frankie seeks solace as a hard nut in the fraternity of skinheads and booze. A chance meeting offers him the opportunity to escape all the ugliness that has for so long been a part of his life… but is it simply too late? '16 Years of Alcohol' is a searing drama; gritty, powerful, movin find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, screenwriters of 'The Hangover'. The night before the medical school interview that will determine his entire future, a promising college student is dragged out by his two oldest friends to celebrate his 21st birthday. But as one beer leads inevitably to another, the evening spirals into a grand misadventure o find out more...

21 GRAMS (2003)

Certification15 Our Rating

A tragic accident brings three unlikely people together, all already dealing with a past deeply scarred by their own misdemeanours or the vagaries of fate. Obsession, revenge, loneliness, and redemption are all themes dealt with in Inarritu's English language debut, a remarkably powerful and deeply effecting drama, 21 Grams is a grimly beautiful film, carried along by three spellbinding performances. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A morally ambivalent tale of two policemen involved in various battles; for the top job, to put an end to a violent gang, to protect their snitches and, we are led to believe, in the past over a woman. Both policemen bend the laws beyond the limits of decency to achieve their ends in this dark and gun-slinging thriller set against the backdrop of a neon-lit Paris underworld. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A rather nasty, foul mouthed and violent abduction drama about a bunch of stereotypical London thugs/gangsters kidnapping and torturing a young French waiter who's been shagging a mate's missus... and all pretentiously played out with theatrical Pinteresque pauses - yuk. find out more...

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It's not seasonal goodwill that's brought the family of Vuillard together in the northwestern French town of Roubaix; matriarch Junon needs a favour, she's suffering from a genetic marrow disorder and needs one of her adult children to donate theirs. Narrative is second in this character led family comedy to the exploration of family rifts, hidden desires, past disputes, recriminations, family bitching etc. find out more...

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The sister who drinks too much, the daughter who divorces too much, they're both there with Tobias and Agnes for a little get-together… and tear-apart. 'A Delicate Balance' was Edward Albee's first Pulitzer Prize winning play and in it he examines the same waspish middle-class America which he explored to such caustic effect in 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?' find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Rickard, his son and Eric, their grating flatmate, are three individuals that society has discarded. Adrift in a world of their own these misfits are joined by Tess, an adult actress, and their only friend Geko. What follows, lubricated by alcohol, disillusionment and anger, is a viscous swipe at every aspect of modern society, from class politics to cosmetic surgery, and an ultimately shocking denouement as their microcosm implodes. A Hole In The Heart is a brutal follow up to Moodysson's power find out more...

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One of Hollywood's saddest heartbreakers with the emotional Garland, fast approaching her final crack-up, superb as the fast rising young star leaving behind her true love, Mason in one of his greatest performances, on the slippery road to failure. The DVD version includes important excised footage, many scenes admirably filling gaps in the original, rediscovered in archives. find out more...

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Seen through the eyes of a young girl, we observe her life, and that of her parents, in a Brooklyn tenement at the turn of the 19th Century. Dad is a hopeless, but loveable dreamer, the mother a hardened realist, struggling to keep the family together. Directed by Elia Kazan, who would go on to Academy recognition with A Street Car Named Desire and On The Waterfront, and taken from Betty Smith's acclaimed novel; A Tree Grows In Brooklyn is a deeply moving and beautifully evoked drama. find out more...