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CertificationPG Our Rating

A beautifully made costume drama set in rural Yorkshire 1920. Two returning servicemen, each in their own way shattered by their experiences, try to rebuild their lives. Intelligent, charming and a pleasure to see. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

For the first time in his life, the legendary Casanova (Ledger) is about to meet his match in an alluring feminist Venetian beauty, Francesca (Miller), who does the one thing he never thought possible, refuse him. Through a series of clever disguises and scheming ruses, he manages to get ever closer to Francesca, but he is playing a most dangerous game, one that will risk not only his life and reputation, but his only opportunity for true love. A charming period romance with lots of humour. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Donat is perfectly cast as the lovable teacher, in this classic British drama, reminiscing about his career and personal life over the decades, his rise from lowly Latin master to headmaster of a public school and the joys and tragedies which moulded his transformation. The film won a staggering seven Academy Awards. Hugely enjoyable. find out more...
LAGAAN (2001)

CertificationPG Our Rating

Central India 1893, and the villagers of Champaner have just been informed by the local British commander that the enforced tax (Lagaan) is to be doubled. One young man stands up to colonial authority, pleading that any increase will cripple the community, and the nasty Brit in charge gives him one option, win a game of cricket, which the Indians have never before played, against the colonials and the tax will be scrapped, lose, and it will be tripled. Will the village cripple, the last man in, find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

a shameless blending of Pride and Prejudice with Life on Mars - The Telegraph. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Episode 3; Amanda's hostility to Darcy wanes as she begins to feel that, in Elizabeth's absence, she must 'understudy' for her. She learns that Darcy's sister Georgiana was in love with Wickham, and in response to his rejection of her advances, told Darcy that Wickham had "ravished her". Wickham maintains this falsehood to spare Georgiana's honour, which softens Amanda's hostility towards him. Meanwhile, Bingley is so heartbroken by Jane's marriage to Mr Collins that he has taken to drinking hea find out more...
MOLIERE (2007)

Certification12 Our Rating

Moliere has yet to write his masterpiece 'Tartuffe', but looking back to his days as a destitue actor we see the origins of the plot; a socially ambitious nouveau riche, M Jourdain, wishes to learn to act in order to impress a certain young lady of high rank, so Moliere is rescued from debtors' prison, and, as Jourdain is married, given a job in his household disguised as a priest. So begins this clever and witty populist satire on period manners, court flummery, romantic entanglement, mimicry, find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

O-Shin is a young geisha, living happily in a small brothel that is more like a close knit family than a business. When O-Shin falls in love with a na´ve young samurai it would seem the opportunity to enhance her lowly status is at hand, but 19th Century Japanese society is less sympathetic to her hopes and dreams than her adoptive sisters. Written by Akira Kurosawa not long before his death, The Sea Is Watching is a glorious observation of people and life, touching, witty and offering optimism find out more...