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The short history of Madchester and the club scene, with Steve Coogan as Tony Wilson.
Two people meet at a gig and have lots of sex, while Michael Winterbottom watches.
A petrol station cashier falls for a serial killer.
The difficulty of being Steve Coogan playing Tristram Shandy in a film directed by Jeremy Northam.
A man's decision to sell his wife and child for a prospecting claim comes back to haunt him when they return 20 years later.
A futuristic sci-fi movie about a fraud investigator romantically entangled with his suspect.
In a foreign city, a young girl begins to catch glimpses of the mother she lost in a car crash.
Docudramatic journey of two Afghan refugees from the Pakistan border to London.
Deputy Sheriff Lou Ford is a pillar of the community in his small Texan town - patient, polite and well liked... until he starts killing people.
Biopic of porn king Paul Raymond.
Docudrama about the hunt for kidnapped journalist Daniel Pearl, based on the book by his widow.
A comic road trip through the north of England.
Two men take a humorous journey through Italy in search of understanding and delicious food.
A young woman falls prey to a fatal attraction in this reworking of Tess Of The D'Urbervilles, transposed to modern day India.
Ensemble drama about the lifes and loves of the working class in London.
The mysterious Jay leaves England and heads for Karachi, where he rents a car and buys some weapons. He plans to kidnap young Muslim woman Samira but she chooses to go with him willingly to escape an unwanted arranged marriage.
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