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Certification15 Our Rating

Romantic period drama, adapted from the novel by Joseph Conrad. Cornish servant girl Amy is an outcast in her small community, shunned even by her own family and suspected of being a witch by the locals. When a Ukranian ship is wrecked in a storm, Amy claims the sole survivor, Yanko, as her own. But the villagers, who believe Amy conjured up the storm herself, conspire to keep the lovers apart. A windswept epic. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

An entertaining version of the famous book, which, while being a good period drama and an interesting comparison of moral and sexual codes, fails to match the book's post-structuralist approach to genre melodrama or its hard look at Victorian sexuality. An excellent, if slightly flawed movie! find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Tom and Maggie Tulliver are a brother and sister who live in a mill beside the river Floss. Maggie is a tomboy, who gets into romantic difficulties which lead to her disgrace. A quality production which has become synonymous with the BBC and is perfect for conveying this rather modern tale of a young woman striving for independence in matters of life and love. The story is loosely autobiographical explaining the troubles that George Eliot herself had whilst in a relationship with a married man. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Flighty upper class Londoner Kitty is desperate to escape her repressive family life and accepts the marriage proposal of uptight Shanghai based bacteriologist Walter. Quickly bored she instigates her husband's hatred by having an affair with promiscuous diplomat Charlie and, as if in revenge, Walter drags her off to work in a mountainous cholera infected province in rural China. Some couples grew apart, some together....highly recommended. find out more...