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Certification12 Our Rating

Erin Gruwell is a teacher with strong ideals and a passion for education, but when she finds herself in the middle of a school riven by gang violence and racial segregation she initially struggles to hold onto her beliefs. It is from this seemingly untenable position that Erin begins to show her "un-teachable" students their own worth, encouraging them to share their stories and discover the world of others. Based upon the bestselling book ‘The Freedom Writers' Diary' this is an enjoyable, well find out more...

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Sarah dreams of becoming a ballerina, but the death of her mother finds her moving to the deprived South Side of Chicago and living with her estranged dad. One of the few white faces in a predominately black neighbourhood Sarah feels uncomfortable until she is befriended by Chenille and her brother Derek. A passion for dance, and each other, soon blossoms between Sarah and Derek, but they must fight increasing opposition from family and friends to remain true to their dreams and each other. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Another slice of dark and twisted genius from the director of "Happiness" consisting of two tales; find out more...

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Madrk Thackeray is an idealistic black American teacher in 1960's East End London. The students try to break his spirit as a matter of course, but Thackeray is no stranger to hostility and what begins as a battle of wills gradually develops into a relationship of mutual respect and indeed devotion. To Sir With Love is a deeply moving and inspirational drama, with a typically mesmerising performance from Sidney Poitier.

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