All Or Nothing (2002)
Mike Leigh investigates the sad, heartfelt lives of high-rise South Londoners.
Another Year (2010)
Mike Leigh drama about family, friendship and ageing.
The Firm (1988)
Rivalry brews between hooligan 'firms' in the run up to the European Cup Finals.
The Great Ecstasy Of Robert Carmichael (2005)
The fall of an intelligent teenager into a life of ultraviolence and depravity.
Hampstead (2017)
An older man, known as The Tramp, who lives in a homemade shack in North London woods attracts support and something more from a lonely widow and a bunch of protesters when he is ordered to leave.
Milk (1999)
Black comedy about a man who inherits a dairy farm.
Mr. Turner (2014)
A biopic of artist J.M.W Turner
Sparkle (2007)
A young man and his mother move from Liverpool to London to pursue their dreams.
Topsy-Turvy (1999)
Loose biopic of Gilbert and Sullivan in the period leading up to the staging of The Mikado.
Vera Drake (2004)
A cleaning lady performs abortions on the side in Fifties London.
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