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A British made, 1950s epic charting the sinking of the unsinkable. On April 10th 1912, the luxury liner Titanic set sail on its maiden voyage. Four days later, it sank in just 2 hours 40 minutes, needlessly claiming the lives of 1,500 passengers and crew. Infinitely less glamourous than the contemporary Hollywood version, what it lacks in gloss it makes up for with no-nonsense, straightforward storytelling. Truth is, the hard facts are far more shocking than anything Tinseltown could come up wit find out more...

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Herzog's epic movie about a man's obsessive attempt to bring opera to the Indians living deep in the Peruvian jungle. To do this he must take a steamship/tub way up the Amazon river system, a monumental task, at one point involving transporting it over a not unconsiderable hill, with the help of a system of pulleys and massed Indian labour. A surreal comment on madness, power and vision. There is also a documentary, Burden of Dreams, about the notoriously fraught making of the film. find out more...

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Christopher McCandless is a bright, likable, precociously perceptive, young middle-class college graduate, who, tortured by his dysfunctional childhood, is determined to find a simpler, purer and more harmonious life. He gives away all that he has and sets out across North America, his ultimate goal the perfect isolation of the Alaskan wilderness. Based on real events 'Into The Wild' is beautifully judged, paced and performed; an epic, gloriously visualised road trip and also a moving and though find out more...