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With 15 great films from the Far East showcased in London, this is a great chance to see some of the superb world cinema that rarely makes it to our shores. The 2010 Terracotta Film Festival runs between Thursday 6th and Sunday 9th May at the Prince Charles Cinema, the Slug And Lettuce and Waxy's Little Sister, opening with period road movie Little Big Soldier.
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