Angela's Ashes (1999)
Robert Carlyle and Emily Watson star in Alan Parker's adaptation of of Frank McCourt's best-selling account of his poor Irish upbringing.
Belle (2013)
The 18th century upbringing in aristocratic circles of the illegitimate mulatto daughter of the Lord Chief Justice of England's son
The Book Thief (2013)
A girl in Second World War Germany steals books and shares them with others.
The Boxer (1997)
A former convict boxer rekindles love where he shouldn't.
Corpse Bride (2005)
Stop-motion love story sees a young man inadvertantly marry a dead woman.
Cemetery Junction (2010)
A new job spells change for three friends in the Seventies.
Cold Souls (2008)
A jaded actor discovers that in order to save his soul he must first open his mind. Plus read our with Sophie Barthes.
The Cradle Will Rock (1999)
Art and politics in Depression era America.
Equilibrium (2002)
Brave New World by any other name, with Christian Bale as a cop who sees the light.
Everest (2015)
A climbing expedition on Mt. Everest is devastated by a severe snow storm.
Fireflies In The Garden (2008)
A son struggles to deal with his abusive father.
Gosford Park (2001)
Murder and mystery at a party in a stately home.
The Happy Prince (2018)
The last days of Oscar Wilde.
Hilary And Jackie (1998)
Biopic of Jacqueline du Pre and her relationship with her sister.
The Life And Death Of Peter Sellers (2004)
Critical biopic of The Goon Show master-of-voices who became a Hollywood movie star.
The Luzhin Defence (2000)
A chess player falls for a socialite.
Miss Potter (2006)
The creator of Peter Rabbit meets Mr McGregor.
Metroland (1997)
The reappearance of old pal causes a man to re-evaluate his life.
Monster Family (2017)
A family is cursed by a witch and transformed into monsters.
On Chesil Beach (2017)
A honeymoon couple struggle to physically and emotionally connect in 1962
Oranges And Sunshine (2010)
A social worker struggles to reunite families after discovering the (real life) scandalous deportation of British children to other Commonwealth countries, which often resulted in abuse.
The Proposition (2005)
In the 1880s, an Australian outlaw is offered a pardon if he tracks down and kills his psychotic elder brother.
Punch-Drunk Love (2002)
Adam Sandler is a disturbed loner in a blue suit who is full of fear and suppressed rage
A Royal Night Out (2015)
The royal princesses have a VE Day adventure.
Red Dragon (2002)
Remake of Manhunter, in which Hannibal Lecter gives advice to FBI agent on serial killer.
Separate Lies (2005)
A breaking marriage exposes the meaning of love and an unsolved crime.
Some Girl(s) (2013)
A writer who is about to get married travels cross-country to talk to ex-girlfriends.
Synecdoche, New York (2008)
The story of a theatre director's drive to produce his masterwork.
Wah-Wah (2005)
A boy grows up in a broken family as the winds of change blow through Swaziland.
War Horse (2011)
A young man signs us to try and stay close to his beloved horse during World War One.
The Water Horse: Legend Of The Deep (2007)
A lonely young boy discovers a magical egg and befriends the strange creature which hatches from it. Plus read our exclusive interview with Jay Russell.
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