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Adapted from Zola's novel, this powerful tale concerns a triangle of love and murder in which a train driver becomes passionately involved with a femme fatale. With its images of trains and railways as symbols of human destiny this is a visually arresting film; Gallic and tragic. find out more...
LAURA (1944)

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A dark, intriguing thriller. The enigmatic Laura becomes an object of obsession to a hard-bitten journalist and is found dead shortly before her wedding. As the mystery deepens with every twist and turn, the detective on the case also falls under the spell of the tragic beauty. Classic film noir. find out more...

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Sympathetic Francois, a factory worker, holed up in his furnished room and surrounded by police, reflects in flashback how he, hounded into jealousy and murder by the cynical seducer of his amour, ended up in this predicament. One of the original film noirs, poetic and with both beautiful and dark moments. find out more...

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Murder, mystery and obsession combine to produce a much studied noir classic. Please note that the DVD only contains 'Mildred Pierce'. find out more...

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After two years in an asylum Stephen Neale is released into the insanity that is WWII England, where he stumbles across a murderous spy ring and doesn't know whom he can trust. An atmospheric, expressionistic, war time thriller, packed with unforgettable scenes, starring Ray Milland and directed by the wilfully left-field genius that is Fritz Lang. find out more...

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Truffaut's sexy, amoral thriller is a great example of his affection for Hitchcock. The ever-watchable Paul Belmondo plays a simple tobacco farmer, Louis, whose lonely life on Reuninon Island leads him to enter into a correspondence with a mail-order-bride type agency. Unfortunately, the woman who he sends for falls victim to a femme fatale, played by the ultimate knee-quaker, Catherine Deneuve, and she decides to play him for the sucker he is. Often slagged off as Truffaut off-form, this remain find out more...

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The film that catapulted Mitchum to stardom; after Kathie shoots her admirer and runs off with his 40 grand he, naturally, hires a private dick to find her. Although the dick finds Katie in Mexico, they decide to tell Sterling that he couldn't find her. find out more...

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The notorious Pepe Le Moko is a wanted man, women long for him, rivals hope to destroy him, and the law is breathing down his neck at every turn. On the lam in Algiers' labyrinthine Casbah, Pepe is safe from the clutches of the police until a Parisian playgirl compels him to risk his life and leave its confines once and for all. Julien Duvivier's 'Pepe Le Moko' is one of the most influential films of the 20th Century and a landmark of French poetic realism, sinuous camerawork, dingy sets, deep s find out more...

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The original and best version of the detective thriller classic. Philip Marlowe is hired to investigate the gambling debts of a rich man's daughter, but is plunged into a twilight world of intrigue, blackmail and violence. Stylish and gripping. find out more...

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One of the all-time classic film noirs. Sultry Lana Turner is hypnotic as the bored, beautiful wife whose dreary life takes a dramatic turn when enigmatic drifter Frank walks into the diner she runs. Only her good-natured husband stands in the way of the pair's deadly passion. Superb stuff. find out more...