Angel (2007)
The life story of a self-obsessed young woman determined to succeed as a romance novelist at the beginning of the 20th Century.
Atonement (2007)
A young couple are torn apart by a confused girl's accusation, by class prejudice and by war.
Amazing Grace (2006)
A dramatic look at the legal and cultural processes which led to the abolition of slavery.
As You Like It (2006)
A banished duke and a young nobleman, Orlando, seek refuge in the Forest of Arden. The duke's daughter, in love with Orlando, pursues him disguised as a boy and devises a test for his love.
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Earwig (2021)
Somewhere in Europe, mid-20th century. Albert is employed to look after Mia, a girl with teeth of ice. Mia never leaves their apartment, where the shutters are always closed. The telephone rings regularly and the Master enquires after Mia’s wellbeing. Until the day Albert is instructed that he must prepare the child to leave...
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Anarchic behavior in a care home leads to freedom and independence for two disabled Irishmen.
I Capture The Castle (2003)
Coming-of-age drama about the daughter of an author suffering writer's block.
Junkhearts (2011)
An unlikely group of people are drawn together by shared loneliness.
Last Days On Mars (2013)
Astronauts working on Mars gradually fall prey to a mysterious force.
Nicholas Nickleby (2002)
A man tries to save his family - and kids at an abusive school - after they fall on hard times.
Renaissance (2006)
Ground-breaking animated film noir in which a hard-boiled detective hunts a kidnapped dame.
Suffragette (2015)
Story of the early feminist movement.
Vanity Fair (2004)
The gallant adventures of a social mountaineer in the drawing rooms of 18th century England.
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