Biloxi Blues (1988)
Neil Simon remembers boot camp in Mississippi during the last months of the war.
Charlie Wilson's War (2007)
A well intentioned US congressman gets out of his depth trying to help the Afghans repel Russian invaders.
Closer (2004)
A four-handed modern drama of sexual mores and interlocking relationships.
The Graduate (1967)
Classic Sixties Californian satire on the sexual initiation of a shy 21-year-old virgin.
Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
A young couple fall foul of an older couple whose marriage is falling apart.
Wit (2001)
University don fights cancer by treating it as she does the sonnets of John Donne.
Working Girl (1988)
A humble secretary, betrayed by her boss, makes the most of a brief time left in charge to pursue her own ambitions in the world of high finance.
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