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The original and best adaptation of Hemingway's sweeping WW1 novel. Cooper positively smoulders as the US ambulanceman who falls in love with an English nurse and finally goes AWOL to join her only to find, tragically, that he may be too late. Oscars for Best Cinematography and Sound. find out more...

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A bandit leader and a fugative IRA man join together to rob a bank in an explosive spagehtti western set in Mexico in 1913. Having already, in Once Upon a Time in the West, taken energetic liberties with the typical Fordian Western, it's not surprising that Leone should have taken a sideswipe at another of the director's stereotypes, the revolutionary Irishman, in the second part of his trilogy of political fables. But the specific IRA background of Coburn's Sean is as ultimately unimportant as 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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A somewhat luke-warm version of RC Sherriff's play "Journey's End", following a young pilot through his brief active service. The on-ground shenanigans are fairly run of the mill, but there are some excellent aerial action scenes. find out more...

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A more than adequate remake of the classic anti-war tale. The story follows a group of naive young patriots from school in Germany through the horrors of WW1 and their gradual annihilation in the trenches. As the angry, bewildered boys witness death and mutilation all around them, all ideas about "the enemy" and the "rights and wrongs" of the conflict disappear. But watch the 1930 version, that's the one. find out more...

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As the Sandringham Company advanced onto the battlefield at Galipoli in WWI, a strange mist was seen to descend and engulf them, almost as though God was wrapping them up and taking them from the terror that awaited. It was the last that was ever seen of the men, a company drawn from the servants, grooms and gardeners of the King. An enigmatic and poignant mystery that survives to this day. find out more...

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Cinematic maestro Federico Fellini shows that, even in his mid-sixties, he had lost none of his power to shock, entertain and amaze with this `comedy of arias'. The film is set on the eve of the WWI, but this matters little find out more...
ARARAT (2002)

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Atom Egoyan has created a world within a world, shifting between the contemporary and, through the making of a film about the events, the tragic genocidal slaughter of the Armenians in turn of the 20th Century Turkey. Ararat is a thoughtful and thought provoking drama of the highest order. find out more...

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Mind those steps! Perhaps the most famous movie scene in the history of cinema. The documentary style story of mutiny aboard the Potemkin as the sailors fight oppression and fire on Tzarist troops attempting to quell rebellion in the city of Oddessa. Almost every shot is so beautiful it could work as a still. find out more...