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Certification15 Our Rating

From Sebastián Lelio, writer-director of the Academy Award-winning A FANTASTIC WOMAN, DISOBEDIENCE is a timely and emotionally powerful tale set at the crossroads of tradition and modernity, of personal desires and the demands of faith. When her estranged rabbi father suddenly passes away, Ronit (played by Oscar-winner and co-producer Rachel Weisz) returns from New Y find out more...


Certification18 Our Rating

A group of Smith College alumnae get together to celebrate the birth of the son of a pair of their friends. Katie and Victoria are trying to reconcile their former radical politics with their new bourgeois lifestyle, Luce, a buff stunt actress, brings along her girl-toy, Josie and Maria haven't seen each other since Maria went straight and Gina's making the money but not the ladies. This is a well-written, honestly acted movie making it a refreshing change and a joy for the cadre of female actor find out more...
FREEHELD (2015)

Certification12 Our Rating

FRIDA (2002)

Certification15 Our Rating

A visually stunning and passionate potted history of one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century, the Mexican, Frida Kahlo. This film deals primarily with Frida's private life, the enduring relationship with her husband and fellow artist, Diego Rivera, and her many scandalising affairs. Frida is a dramatic and affectionate portrait of a remarkable woman. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A true life erotic adventure. It's 1931 in Paris and a young writer, Anais Nin, meets the unconventional American author Henry Miller. They embark on a passionately torrid affair fuelled by their mutual fascination with Henry's sensual wife June, and the heady decadence of the era. Hot stuff! find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

(sigh) Imagine catching the eye of your true love as you're walking down the aisle...and it's not the person waiting for you at the altar. Love at first sight is the high concept in this charming and witty British romance. Rachel loves her new husband Hector but ever since meeting Luce, the florist at her wedding, their future seems uncertain. Could you give up your entire past for a feeling you're not sure even exists? The cast of well-drawn characters includes a completely likable Hector who y find out more...
LIANNA (1982)

Certification18 Our Rating

A superb study by the brilliant Sayles of a married woman who realises she is gay. She falls in love with Ruth, is shunned by her husband and straight friends, and suffers huge emotional upheaval. Sparkling dialogue, tender characters, superb acting and some real comedy. A touch of directorial genius. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Butchy rebel Paulie and golden girl Tory's relationship is intense and it's all their own...until Mouse comes to their boarding school and is put in their once-private room. The couple become Mouse's closest friends but the depth of their relationship confuses her although she remains fiercely loyal to them as others around them start talking. When things start to break down, Paulie loses the plot, following her heart into serious drama, while Tory begins to deny everything and flaunts her expl find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Annabelle is a charismatic and enchanting new student who quickly draws attention to herself by her rebellious behaviour; Simone, Saint Theresa's prized young poetry teacher and a lady who finds peace and security within the boarding school's walls, is instructed to watch over the new pupil and keep her under control. find out more...

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Competent period drama based on the novel by Virginia Woolf. Taking place one day in 1923 with MP's wife Mrs Dalloway taking a trip down memory lane as she prepares for a posh dinner do. Her middle-aged reflection takes her back to the summer of 1890, her old flame Peter Walsh, and a series of events that were to shape the rest of her life. Simultaneously we hear about the struggles of a troubled young war veteran. Redgrave is excellent as the soul-searching society lady working through regret a find out more...