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A delightful and highly acclaimed drama that tenderly depicts the plight of a small group of Italian soldiers marooned on an idyllic and isolated Greek Island during WW2. They all become entranced by its beauty and people, as the War rolls on without them. Superbly filmed, lighthearted and romantic. find out more...

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Three men are trapped in between their lines, two Bosnian and one Serb, while the beaurocracy of the UN peacekeeping force and the world's media rages around them. Tanovic's 'No Man's Land' is a masterfully dark satire on the absurdity of war, a film that manages to be genuinely funny and painfully sad while also allowing us an insight into the basic humanity but also idiocy and ingrained bigotry of those who hold the weapons. find out more...

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This Russian version of Tolstoys War and peace is more faithful to the novel than the 1956 Hollywood version. More than this it is also the most expensive movie ever made and every rubel shows on screen! With more than 10 000 extras and 300 speaking parts director Sergei Bondarchuk recreates every aspect of Tolstoys classic. Most noticeable are the scenes of Natashas first ball, the battle of Borodino and the burning of Moscow. Bondarchuk rendition is on such a grand scale that you actually b find out more...