Anonymous (2011)
A star-studded British cast graces Roland Emmerich's exploration of the contested authorship of Shakespeare's works.
Atonement (2007)
A young couple are torn apart by a confused girl's accusation, by class prejudice and by war.
Coriolanus (2011)
Contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare's play of political power and intrigue.
The Cradle Will Rock (1999)
Art and politics in Depression era America.
Deep Impact (1998)
We're all doomed (again).
Evening (2007)
A dying woman recounts her past romances to her daughters, who are struggling with their own love lives.
Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool (2017)
A faded romance between a young British actor and an aging Hollywood star is rekindled as her terminal illness draws a veil over the sunset finale
Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (2017)
A documentary portrait of the filmmaker's aunt.
Lee Daniels' The Butler (2013)
A butler's eye view of the White House staffer who served seven presidents.
Letters To Juliet (2010)
A romantic young American becomes determined to help an ageing Englishwoman find her long lost love in Italy.
Mrs Dalloway (1998)
Adaptation of Virginia Woolf's stream-of-consciousness classic.
The Pledge (2001)
A retired cop investigates the mystery of a child murder, linking it with others, even though officially the case is closed.
Prick Up Your Ears (1987)
The wayward life and violent death of provocative playwright Joe Orton.
Song For Marion (2012)
An elderly man struggles to deal with his terminally ill wife's desire to be part of her local choir.
Venus (2006)
Love, with catheters, for an ageing act-or who is seduced by the beauty of passion’s young promise.
Wetherby (1985)
The suicide of a young man, causes repressed passions to bubble up for a schoolteacher and her friends.
The White Countess (2005)
The tortured romance between a blind American diplomat and a taxi dancing Russian widow in Shanghai on the eve of war.
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