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An English folk tale set in the suburbs of Manchester that charts the coming together of a drifter, a war party and a hustler.
A boy clashes with his father as the older man tries to teach him about life on a remote Peak District farm.
A group of test subjects are given a new drug but things don't go quite to plan.
A lonely postman, struggling to cope, turns to his hero Eric Cantona for advice, and the footballer magically appears to inspire him.
A gangland Romeo and Juliet.
Roughly based on the Oscar Wilde parable, this is a tale of jealousy between two boys vying for the favour of a scrap merchant.
Now a carer for his dying friend, a former prisoner laments the way that he has frittered away his life.
An adaptation of Emily Brontë's famous tale about an isolated family, a trouble outsider, and their destructive passions.
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