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Certification15 Our Rating

A wicked little British movie about colourful goings one hot summer on a London housing estate. A touching tale of love friendship, life and sexuality as two next-door neighbours get to know each other in a film you won't want to end. Watch out for the one-liners in the very sassy script. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

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Certification15 Our Rating

13. Less Than 30; Vince goes to a basketball game and considers an offer to star in an adaptation of an Edith Wharton novel. Ari fights to get Vince back from Amanda, is 'Medellin,' still available? Turtle and Drama try to organise a birthday bash for Vince. The party is huge, Hollywood faces all over the place, and Ari is there; is 'Medellin,' still available? find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Charlie Price has inherited a small shoe making factory on the verge of bankruptcy, their sensible practical footwear out of touch with the demands of modern feet. When a glamouress transvestite offers Charlie an opportunity to reinvent his company's clientele the na´ve but good natured young man leaps at the opportunity. Based on a true story, Kinky Boots follows the comfortable tradition of The Full Monty, Calendar Girls and Billy Elliot; easy going, well acted, British comedy drama. Safe and find out more...
SHORTBUS (2006)

Certification18 Our Rating

If you thought Hedwig and the Angry Inch was a film unlike any other you'd seen before, get ready for Shortbus: a frank and fun film about the sex lives of humans, ostensibly set in New York, but relevant to every one of us. The plot plays a supporting role in what is, in many ways, a beautifully disguised self-help documentary. Sex therapist Sofia (played by Canadian radio star, Sook-Yin Lee) has frequent, athletic (yet frustratingly unfulfilling) intercourse with her boyfriend. Her seeming ina find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

1969; not very successful interior designer Eliot returns from Greenwich Village to help out his struggling parents with their failing motel in upstate New York. Hearing about the cancellation of a nearby hippie festival he thinks he can drum up some business by offering them a location... and the rest is history!
There is not much music in this comic glowing tribute to the flower power era, more a starry-eyed mosaic of characters drifting in and out of focus.
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Certification15 Our Rating

Francois Pignon is in danger of losing his job and in a desperate attempt to remain employed he announces that he's gay - even though he's not. Hoping the company will fear being considered discriminating, it's a wise decision in the short term but he has failed to fully grasp the ramifications. The Closet is a delightfully sharp satirical comedy from the same director as "Le Diner De Cons" which avoids many of the comic pitfalls such a subject often relies upon in film, through simple wit, char find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Improbably based round the true story of how a group of khatueys, effiminate men, came to represent the province of Lampang at volleyball and how, despite official disapproval, they proceeded to win the national inter-provincial championship. Hilariously funny, for once high camp isn't annoying, the quarrelling/making up, made up lads(?), despite broken fingernails and personal trauma, emerge triumphant. This film never has a bad moment and will leave you up-lifted. find out more...