Bitter Moon (1992)
An Englishman gets more than he bargained for when an American on his cruise ship offers to tell him the story of his relationship with a beautiful but dangerous woman.
Bel Ami (2012)
An ambitious young man seeks to attain power in 1890s Paris by seducing and manipulating the bored wives of important men.
Chromophobia (2005)
A middle-class London family struggle with dysfunction.
Confessions Of A Shopaholic (2009)
Ditzy farce about fiscally irresponsible journalist.
Darkest Hour (2017)
A dramatisation of the early days of Winston Churchill's premiership and his dilemma over how to handle Hitler.
Easy Virtue (2008)
When a young Englishman takes his American bride to meet his family sparks soon fly.
The English Patient (1996)
Love and war expose the vulnerability of hope for a passion that seeks solitude in the desert.
Four Weddings And A Funeral (1994)
Comic observations of the emotionally cauterised English upper-middle-classes at play.
Gosford Park (2001)
Murder and mystery at a party in a stately home.
The Horse Whisperer (1998)
A trainer is enlisted to heal a horse but also works magic on those around him.
The Invisible Woman (2013)
Adaptation of Claire Tomalin’s 1992 biography, which brought Charles Dickens' secret 13-year affair with a young actress to light.
In The House (2012)
Fiction and reality become blurred between a teacher and student.
I've Loved You So Long (2008)
Estranged sisters reunite under difficult circumstances.
Keeping Mum (2005)
Sex and a serial killing granny seek gratification in Little Wallop.
Largo Winch - Deadly Revenge (2008)
A man tries to stay alive and track down the killer of his adopted father.
Looking For Hortense (2012)
The life of a tired academic becomes suddenly moe complicated after his wife asks him to pull strings to help a Serbian woman who is facing deportation.
Mission: Impossible (1996)
Tom Cruise is Ethan Hunt, Special Agent, in the first of his TV spin off action extravaganzas.
Military Wives (2019)
Comedy drama about singing spouses on a military base.
Nowhere Boy (2009)
Biopic of John Lennon's younger years.
Only God Forgives (2013)
A drug smuggler in Bangkok is charged by his mother with finding and killing whoever killed his brother.
The Other Boleyn Girl (2008)
A dramatisation of the Boleyn sisters' competition for the affections of King Henry VIII.
Petites Coupures (2003)
Muddled romantic liaisons for Communist journalist in Paris and the depths of the country.
Random Hearts (1998)
After a plane crash exposes his wife's affair with a congresswoman's hubby, Harrison Ford's cop gets on the case.
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen (2011)
When an idealistic sheikh persuades a fisheries expert to try and introduce salmon to the Yemen, the expert soon finds himself himself out of his depth, but love blossoms along the way.
Sarah's Key (2010)
A journalist uncovers family secrets that link her to a young Jewish girl persecuted 60 years previously.
Suite Française (2014)
During the early years of German occupation of France, romance blooms between Lucile Angellier, a French villager, and Bruno von Falk, a German officer.
Tell No One (2006)
Years after the event, a man still haunted by the apparent murder of his wife starts to receive mysterious instructions.
Up At The Villa (2000)
Upper-class lust and betrayal in Thirties Florence.
The Walker (2007)
Investigating a murder mystery, a sophisticated male escort discovers some unexpected things about himself.
The Woman In The Fifth (2011)
While in Paris an academic meets a woman who may be involved in a series of mysterious murders.
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