The Children Act (2017)
A high court lady judge has an agonising decision to make when a teenage boy refuses a life saving transfusion while at home her marriage is freezing over
Confetti (2006)
Magazine wedding competition becomes improv mockumentary with tennis balls.
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.
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018)
A cynical advertising director finds himself trapped in the outrageous delusions of an old Spanish shoe-maker who believes himself to be Don Quixote.
Nativity! (2009)
Can a school's Christmas play succeed when it's directed by The Grinch?
Onegin (1999)
Lavish version of Pushkin's poem about a jaded St Petersburg aristocrat.
Sixty Six (2006)
The World Cup final threatens to undermine Bernie Reuben's bar mitzvah party.
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