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Cult snooker loopy musical.
The witty exploits of two lovable outlaws who go on the lam in South America.
Spooky series from the 70s.
A woman responds to assault by moving to the countryside and reconstructing an old farmhouse, but her sanity proves fragile.
Has the serial seducer finally met his match?
A diplomat uncovers a web of deceit as he investigates the death of his wife.
Magazine wedding competition becomes improv mockumentary with tennis balls.
The experiences of a vulnerable young women in Eighties China.
A teenaged girl becomes involved in a spectacular bank robbery.
As a killer stalks and kidnaps beautiful young women, how far will the local detective have to go to stop him?
Existentialist low-budget comedy "about one of life's losers".
The heartache, anguish, paperwork and corruption of adopting a baby in Cambodia.
A young woman dresses up to please her lover - in unusual ways.
A romantic flight from cholera on horseback through Provence in 1832.
Sex, shopping and eating. What more could you ask for? Jimmy Choo stilettos?
A glimpse into the world of the Nats - an ancient community of Indian street performers.
Living with nature and dogs in the cold, old north (Canada).
Story of a widow and her sick dad, who live in isolation.
Competitive ballroom dancing for the ethnically diverse pupils of Washington Heights.
A servant goes to extreme lengths to stay with the family she's obsessed with - and to get rid of the competition.
Coming-of-age drama about a young boy struggling to get by in a rural economy.
Funny, delicately drawn animated vignettes of married life in Japan.
A young musician struggles with his attraction to his best friend's girlfriend.
Welcome to the wacky world of Nollywood, Nigeria's bustling home-grown movie industry.
A black comedy about the relationship between a woman and a female stalker.
A radio DJ tries to track the source of a virus which turns people into zombies.
Blue Collar musical comedy about infidelity, redemption, romance and cigarettes.
The Graduate - 20 years on? Or boring and uneventful rubbish.
A Sámi girl experiences racism in the 1930s.
Comedienne Sarah Silverman muses on race, politics and America.
A late flowering of romance for the dry academic who created Narnia
A bored sales assistant gets caught in a love triangle with Steve Martin's wealthy geezer and Jason Schwartzman's geek.
Homer and his family's odyssey continues.
A young Portuguese woman battles the constraints of racial and class prejudice.
A group of siblings respond to a family tragedy by rejecting adult authority and exercising their own brutal form of justice.
Coming of age in Eighties Beijing.
The relationship between a troubled man and the woman who gives him sexual therapy.
Memories of abuse and teenage dreams in Margate by the artist Tracey Emin.
A Texas ranch herd crosses the border by mule with a hostage and a corpse.
Classic drama series about the upper classes and their servants.
Stay-At-Home Seven: July 13 to 19 Films to catch on streaming services and TV for the next seven days
Streaming spotlight: inventors in the movies Cinema's take on scientific creativeness
Morricone: 'The Mozart of film music' Memories of an encounter with the maestro, who has died at 91
Setting the pace Riyaana Hartley on Lella Lombardi, Beyond Driven and women in Formula One
Kelly Preston dies from breast cancer Twins star was 57
San Sebastian announces titles Plans going ahead for physical edition of the festival
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