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Now showing at BFI Southbank Belvedere Road,South Bank,London,London SE1 8XT 020 7928 3232

  • A Bill of Divorcement
  • A Day At The Races
  • A Good Marriage (La Beau Mariage)
  • A Night in Casablanca
  • Au Revoir Les Enfants
  • Christopher Strong
  • Early To Bed + Jack Flea's Birthday Celebration + Discussion
  • Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone
  • Heaven's Gate
  • La Maison De La Radio
  • La Maison De La Radio + Q&A
  • Love Is Strange
  • Morning Glory
  • My House In Umbria
  • Rohmer Shorts Programme: Now, About These Women...
  • Rohmer TV Documentaries: Programme 4
  • Selma
  • Shaun The Sheep Movie
  • Still Life
  • The Aviator's Wife
  • The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
  • The Green Ray (Le Rayon Vert)
  • Winstanley

A Bill of Divorcement 3 stars

Drama.

  • GenreDrama, Film
  • CastJohn Barrymore, Katharine Hepburn.
  • DirectorGeorge Cukor.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration69 mins
  • Official site

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Sunday 1st February 2015
Tuesday 3rd February 2015

A Day At The Races 3 stars

Classic slice of Marx brothers hilarity.

  • GenreComedy
  • CastHarpo Marx, Groucho Marx, Chico Marx.
  • DirectorSam Wood.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration109 mins
  • Official site
  • Release05/07/2002 (London Riverside studios only)

The Marx Brothers' follow-up to A Night At The Opera recycles the same infectious blend of comedy and music, set in the medical and racing worlds. Dr Hugo Z Hackenbush (Groucho) blags his way to the position of chief of staff at an ailing hospital. There, he attempts to steal the heart - and the large bank balance - of Emily Upjohn (Margaret Dumont). However, he has to contend with the interventions of scheming Dr Leopold X Steinberg (Sig Ruman), who will do anything to dethrone Dr Hackenbush. Love is also in the air for the hospital's beautiful owner, Judy Standish (Maureen O'Sullivan) - opera singer Gil Stewart (Allan Jones) has his heart set on her. She desperately needs money to prop up her hospital - unfortunately, Gil squanders a sizable fortune on a racehorse called Hi Hat, to be ridden at the nearby racetrack by a jockey called Stuffy (Harpo). Needless to say, if the horse comes in, Judy and her hospital may be saved after all...

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Friday 30th January 2015
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A Good Marriage (La Beau Mariage) 3 stars

Comedy drama.

  • GenreComedy, Drama, Romance
  • CastAndre Dussollier, Feodor Atkine, Beatrice Romand.
  • DirectorEric Rohmer.
  • WriterEric Rohmer.
  • CountryFr
  • Official site

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Sunday 1st February 2015

A Night in Casablanca stars

Comedy.

  • GenreComedy
  • CastHarpo, Groucho, Chico.
  • DirectorArchie Mayo.
  • CountryUS
  • Official site

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Friday 30th January 2015
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Au Revoir Les Enfants 3 stars

In occupied France during the bitter winter of 1943, Julien Quentin returns to his boarding school. A new terms heralds the arrival of three students including a socially awkward boy called Jean Bonnet, whom Julien initially detests. A tender friendship blossoms between the boys after Julien learns that Jean Bonnet is Jewish and is being concealed from the Germans at the school by the compassionate headmaster Pere Jean.

  • GenreDrama, War, World
  • CastGaspard Manesse, Francine Racette, Raphael Fejto, Philippe Morier-Genoud.
  • DirectorLouis Malle.
  • WriterLouis Malle.
  • CountryFr/W Ger/I
  • Duration100 mins
  • Official site
  • Release30/01/2015 (selected cinemas)

A re-release of Louis Malle's award-winning autobiographical 1987 drama set in occupied France during the bitter winter of 1943. Julien Quentin (Gaspard Manesse) returns to his boarding school, still harbouring resentment towards an institution that takes him away from his home comforts and a pampering mother. A new terms heralds the arrival of three students including a socially awkward boy called Jean Bonnet (Raphael Fejto), whom Julien initially detests. A tender friendship blossoms between the boys after Julien learns that Jean Bonnet is Jewish and is being concealed from the Germans at the school by the compassionate headmaster Pere Jean (Philippe Morier-Genoud). Julien agrees to keep Jean's secret from classmates and his own family but when the Gestapo raids the school, the bond between the youngsters is tested to breaking point.

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Christopher Strong 3 stars

Drama.

  • GenreDrama
  • CastColin Clive, Billie Burke, Katharine Hepburn.
  • DirectorDorothy Arzner.
  • CountryUSA
  • Duration77 mins
  • Official site

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Wednesday 4th February 2015

Early To Bed + Jack Flea's Birthday Celebration + Discussion 3 stars

TV drama's.

  • GenreDrama
  • CastJohnny Meadows, Alison Steadman, David Wilkinson, David Warwick, Eileen McCallum, Sara Kestelman.
  • DirectorLes Blair, Mike Newell.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration60 mins
  • Official site

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Tuesday 3rd February 2015

Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone 3 stars

Orphan Harry Potter endures a miserable life with his mean and angry aunt and uncle. Forced to live under the stairs and eat their left overs, Harry dreams of a better place. Thankfully, happier times are just around the corner when a strange letter leads him to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry where he learns all about spells and magic, and begins his quest to avenge his parents deaths at the hands of the nasty Voldemort.

  • GenreAction, Adaptation, Adventure, Children's, Comedy, Drama, Family, Family, Fantasy, Thriller
  • CastDaniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint.
  • DirectorChris Columbus.
  • CountryUS/UK
  • Duration152 mins
  • Official site
  • Release16/10/2001

Few films can claim to be certified box office successes before they are ever released, but Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone is guaranteed to become one of the highest grossing movies of all time. Regardless of what the critics might say, and - more worryingly - regardless of the quality of the finished film. So it's something of a pleasant surprise that Chris Columbus's film adaptation is both faithful to the source text and a rollicking good romp. That's not to say that the film doesn't have its faults - most noticeably the casting of the diminutive heroes - but the legions of Hogwarts fans across the world will doubtless be more interested in what is up on the big screen, than what sadly never made the final cut. In case you've had your Muggle head in the sand for the last few years, here's a brief recap of the plot. Orphan Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) endures a miserable life with his mean and angry aunt and uncle. Forced to live under the stairs and eat their left overs, Harry dreams of a better place. Thankfully, happier times are just around the corner when a strange letter leads him to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry where he learns all about spells and magic, and begins his quest to avenge his parents deaths at the hands of the nasty Voldemort. Richard Harris is magnificent as headmaster Albus Dumbledore, exuding an air of age old confidence, and Maggie Smith captures the nervousness of his right-hand woman, Professor McGonagall. Even better are Alan Rickman as shadowy Professor Snape, who watches Harry's every move like a hawk, and Robbie Coltrane as gamekeeper Hagrid. He has the vast majority of the film's funny lines, and also gives his character a catchphrase not evident from the books. "I shouldn't have said that..." The problems start with the child actors. Radcliffe and Emma Watson both look the part, as Harry and swot Hermione, but neither are completely convincing in their roles. In particular, Radcliffe fails to capture the sadness and grief of his hero, and his performance is purely reactive. Thank goodness for Rupert Grint as Ron: his innate cheekiness shines through on the big screen, and makes his alter-ego the most endearing and lovable first year in the entire school. Special effects are magnificent and the attention to detail in art direction, set design and costumes is stunning. Columbus directs the big set pieces with flair, capturing the exhilaration of Quidditch in a dizzying sequence reminiscent of the Pod Race in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Great swathes of the book have been excised from Steve Kloves's screenplay. In many instances, the amendments are welcome, and maintain a brisk pace. However, some of the changes badly affect the picture. Not once do we see Snape victimising the Gryffindor house, and signalling himself as Harry's chief enemy at Hogwarts. Hedwig apparently no longer has a name (the snowy owl appears throughout the picture though nobody addresses it by name), Hagrid's pet dragon Norbert disappears prematurely from the picture, and the final challenges are reduced from four to two, reducing Hermione from an active participant and valuable team members to a mere bystander. Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone is neither as bad as I feared it might be, nor as enchanting as I hoped it would be. Huge fun for the entire family, but just lacking that magical lustre.

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Saturday 31st January 2015

Heaven's Gate 2 stars

Marshal Jim Averill is en route to his new position in the north. He stops off in the town of Casper, Wyoming, where cattle barons are locked in a bitter dispute with the impoverished European immigrants, who sometimes steal their animals for food. Frank Canton, who is head of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, tells his members the time has come to take drastic action and they draw up a list of 125 settlers, who will be killed for stealing cattle.

  • GenreDrama, Historical/Period, Romance, Western
  • CastKris Kristofferson, Christopher Walken, Isabelle Huppert, John Hurt, Brad Dourif, Sam Waterston.
  • DirectorMichael Cimino.
  • WriterMichael Cimino.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration148 mins
  • Official site
  • Release02/08/2013 (selected cinemas)

A re-release of Michael Cimino's divisive 1980 western, which was plagued with behind-the-scenes problems and almost bankrupted a film studio. At the time, critics lambasted the project, but in the intervening decades it has been re-assessed by some as a masterpiece of 20th century American film-making. Marshal Jim Averill (Kris Krisofferson) is en route to his new position in the north. He stops off in the town of Casper, Wyoming, where cattle barons are locked in a bitter dispute with the impoverished European immigrants, who sometimes steal their animals for food. Frank Canton (Sam Waterston), who is head of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, tells his members the time has come to take drastic action and they draw up a list of 125 settlers, who will be killed for stealing cattle. As the threat of bloodshed becomes terrifyingly real, Averill sides with the settlers and he finds an unlikely ally in his good friend Nate Champion (Christopher Walken), who works as an enforcer for Canton and his cronies.

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Sunday 1st February 2015
Monday 2nd February 2015

La Maison De La Radio 3 stars

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Situated in the 16th arrondissement in Paris not far from the Eiffel Tower, La Maison De La Radio is the imposing building designed by Henry Bernard, which houses state broadcasting company Radio France. This fly-on-the-wall documentary spends six months in close proximity to the staff of the station, witnessing the ebb and flow of daily life as they gather news and broadcast it, reacting to major developments around the world.

  • GenreDocumentary, World
  • DirectorNicolas Philibert.
  • WriterNicolas Philibert.
  • CountryFr/Jpn
  • Duration104 mins
  • Official site
  • Release23/01/2015 (selected cinemas)

Situated in the 16th arrondissement in Paris not far from the Eiffel Tower, La Maison De La Radio is the imposing building designed by Henry Bernard, which houses state broadcasting company Radio France. In this fly-on-the-wall documentary, director Nicolas Philibert (Etre Et Avoir) spends six months in close proximity to the staff of the station, witnessing the ebb and flow of daily life as they gather news and broadcast it, reacting to major developments around the world. Eschewing any form of voiceover and focusing solely on the images, La Maison De La Radio is a fascinating portrait of modern broadcast media, seen through the eyes of the people who work tirelessly to fill the airwaves with information, music and laughter.

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La Maison De La Radio + Q&A 3 stars

Situated in the 16th arrondissement in Paris not far from the Eiffel Tower, La Maison De La Radio is the imposing building designed by Henry Bernard, which houses state broadcasting company Radio France. This fly-on-the-wall documentary spends six months in close proximity to the staff of the station, witnessing the ebb and flow of daily life as they gather news and broadcast it, reacting to major developments around the world.

  • GenreDocumentary, World
  • DirectorNicolas Philibert.
  • WriterNicolas Philibert.
  • CountryFr/Jpn
  • Duration104 mins
  • Official site
  • Release23/01/2015 (selected cinemas)

Situated in the 16th arrondissement in Paris not far from the Eiffel Tower, La Maison De La Radio is the imposing building designed by Henry Bernard, which houses state broadcasting company Radio France. In this fly-on-the-wall documentary, director Nicolas Philibert (Etre Et Avoir) spends six months in close proximity to the staff of the station, witnessing the ebb and flow of daily life as they gather news and broadcast it, reacting to major developments around the world. Eschewing any form of voiceover and focusing solely on the images, La Maison De La Radio is a fascinating portrait of modern broadcast media, seen through the eyes of the people who work tirelessly to fill the airwaves with information, music and laughter.

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Friday 30th January 2015

Love Is Strange 3 stars

Drama.

  • GenreDrama
  • CastJohn Lithgow, Alfred Molina, Marisa Tomei.
  • DirectorIra Sachs.
  • WriterIra Sachs, Mauricio Zacharias.
  • CountryUS/Fr
  • Duration94 mins
  • Official site

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Tuesday 3rd February 2015

Morning Glory 3 stars

Drama, romance.

  • GenreDrama, Romance
  • CastAdolphe Menjou, Katharine Hepburn, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
  • DirectorLowell Sherman.
  • WriterZoe Akins, Howard J. Green.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration74 mins
  • Official site

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Thursday 5th February 2015

My House In Umbria 2 stars

In the aftermath of the bombing of a train which kills many of the passengers, romantic novelist Emily Delahunty invites three of her fellow survivors back to her exclusive villa to recuperate. An aging British general, young German man Werner and orphaned American girl Aimee accept Mrs Delahunty's kind offer and bask in the idyllic lifestyle, until Aimee's bullish uncle, Thomas Riversmith turns up to drag the girl back home to an uncertain future.

  • GenreAdaptation, Drama, Thriller
  • CastTimothy Spall, Maggie Smith, Chris Cooper.
  • DirectorRichard Loncraine.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration103 mins
  • Official site
  • Release26/11/2004 (selected cinemas)

In the aftermath of the bombing of a train which kills many of the passengers, romantic novelist Emily Delahunty (Maggie Smith) invites three of her fellow survivors back to her exclusive villa to recuperate. An aging British general (Ronnie Barker), young German man Werner (Benno Furmann) and orphaned American girl Aimee (Emmy Clarke) accept Mrs Delahunty's kind offer and bask in the idyllic lifestyle, until Aimee's bullish uncle, Thomas Riversmith (Chris Cooper) turns up to drag the girl back home to an uncertain future. Based on William Trevor's novel.

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Friday 30th January 2015

Rohmer Shorts Programme: Now, About These Women... 3 stars

Shorts programme.

  • GenreShorts
  • DirectorEric Rohmer.
  • Duration71 mins
  • Official site

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Sunday 1st February 2015
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Rohmer TV Documentaries: Programme 4 3 stars

Shorts programme.

  • GenreDocumentary, Shorts
  • DirectorEric Rohmer.
  • Duration101 mins
  • Official site

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Saturday 31st January 2015

Selma 4 stars

In 1960s America, political bureaucracy and prejudice deny the African-American electorate the chance to vote. Martin Luther King entreats the President to right this democratic wrong but Lyndon Johnson and his adviser Lee C White don't consider voting rights to be high on their list of priorities. So King and his team head to the community of Selma, Alabama to lead a peaceful protest march with their friends from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).

  • GenreDrama, Historical/Period
  • CastCarmen Ejogo, Tom Wilkinson, David Oyelowo, Oprah Winfrey, Giovanni Ribisi.
  • DirectorAva DuVernay.
  • WriterPaul Webb.
  • CountryUK/US
  • Duration128 mins
  • Official sitewww.selmamovie.com
  • Release06/02/2015

In 1960s America, political bureaucracy and prejudice deny the African-American electorate the chance to vote in the forthcoming election in which President Lyndon Johnson (Tom Wilkinson) hopes to be returned to the White House. Martin Luther King (David Oyelowo) entreats the President to right this democratic wrong but Johnson and his adviser Lee C White (Giovanni Ribisi) don't consider voting rights to be high on their list of priorities. So King and his team head to the community of Selma, Alabama to lead a peaceful protest march with their friends from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Local police under the jurisdiction of George Corley Wallace Jr (Tim Roth) meet this act of resistance with extreme force, attacking protesters with batons as TV cameras capture the brutality for millions of horrified viewers. Consequently, pressure grows on Johnson to intervene while King takes temporary leave of his wife Coretta (Carmen Ejogo) and family to spearhead a second, larger march.

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Thursday 5th February 2015

Shaun The Sheep Movie 3 stars

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Shaun and the flock grow tired of the daily routine on Mossy Bottom Farm under the watchful eye of Bitzer the sheepdog. So the herd hoodwinks the Farmer into taking a well deserved day. Unfortunately, the cunning plan goes awry and the Farmer ends up in the Big City suffering from a nasty bout of memory loss. Shaun and his fleecy friends head for the metropolis to bring the Farmer back home but they attract the attentions of a nasty animal containment officer called Trumper.

  • GenreAction, Adventure, Animation/Cartoon, Children, Children's, Comedy, Family, Family
  • CastJohn Sparkes, Justin Fletcher.
  • DirectorRichard Starzack, Mark Burton.
  • WriterRichard Starzack, Richard Goleszowski, Mark Burton.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration85 mins
  • Official sitewww.shaunthesheep.com
  • Release06/02/2015

Aardman works its stop-motion animated magic on this big screen adventure for the lovable sheep, co-directed by Mark Burton and Richard Starzack. Shaun and the flock grow tired of the daily routine on Mossy Bottom Farm under the watchful eye of Bitzer the sheepdog. So the herd hoodwinks the Farmer into taking a well deserved day off so they can do the same. Unfortunately, the cunning plan goes awry and the Farmer ends up in the Big City suffering from a nasty bout of memory loss. Shaun and his fleecy friends head for the metropolis to bring the Farmer back home but they attract the attentions of a nasty animal containment officer called Trumper. Aided by an orphan dog named Slip, the sheep disguise themselves as humans to pass among the unsuspecting residents of the Big City and track down their beloved Farmer.

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Sunday 1st February 2015

Still Life 3 stars

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Comedy, drama.

  • GenreComedy, Drama
  • CastKaren Drury, Joanne Froggatt, Eddie Marsan.
  • DirectorUberto Pasolini.
  • WriterUberto Pasolini.
  • CountryUK/Ita
  • Duration87 mins
  • Official site

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Monday 2nd February 2015

The Aviator's Wife 3 stars

Comedy, drama, romance.

  • GenreComedy, Drama, Romance
  • CastAnne-Laure Meury, Philippe Marlaud, Marie Riviere.
  • DirectorEric Rohmer.
  • WriterEric Rohmer.
  • CountryFr
  • Duration104 mins
  • Official site

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Sunday 1st February 2015
Thursday 5th February 2015

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 4 stars

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Evelyn has recently lost her husband and is coming to terms with solitude in her twilight years. Determined to start anew, she abandons Britain for the balmier climes of Jaipur and a grand retirement home called The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. En route, Evelyn meets six other retirees all bound for this luxury development. When the exhausted travellers arrive at their destination, they discover a building in disrepair.

  • GenreAdaptation, Comedy, Drama, Romance
  • CastJudi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Dame Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson, Ronald Pickup, Penelope Wilton, Dev Patel, Ramona Marquez, Liza Tarbuck, Dame Judi Dench, Celia Imrie, Lillete Dubey, Tena Desae.
  • DirectorJohn Madden.
  • WriterOl Parker.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration123 mins
  • Official sitewww.thebestexoticmarigoldhotel.co.uk
  • Release24/02/2012

Adapted from Deborah Moggach's novel These Foolish Things, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is a hilarious and touching comedy about growing old disgracefully. Ol Parker's warm and witty script provides the predominantly British cast with moments to shine and tug our heartstrings as love is lost and found beneath a foreign sun.

Director John Madden, who previously helmed the Oscar-winning Shakespeare In Love, captures a different side to life in modern India than the poverty and crime of Slumdog Millionaire. The teeming streets of Rajasthan burst with colour and vitality and composer Thomas Newman adds plenty of spice with his evocative score.

Performances are an embarrassment of riches, from Maggie Smith's racist housekeeper, who surveys a black nurse at her local hospital and sneers, "He can wash all he likes - that colour's not coming out", to Penelope Wilton's well-to-do wife, who constantly belittles her husband, telling him, "When I want your opinion, I'll give it to you." Our opinion of Madden's film is extremely favourable.

Evelyn (Judi Dench) has recently lost her husband and is coming to terms with solitude in her twilight years. Determined to start anew, she abandons Britain for the balmier climes of Jaipur and a grand retirement home called The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. En route, Evelyn meets six other retirees all bound for this "luxury development for residents in their golden years": cantankerous wheelchair user Muriel (Smith), who is bypassing the NHS waiting lists to undergo a hip replacement abroad; waspish snob Jean (Wilton) and her long-suffering husband Douglas (Bill Nighy); retired judge Graham (Tom Wilkinson); incorrigible ladies' man Norman (Ronald Pickup); and love-hungry spinster Madge (Celia Imrie).

When the exhausted travellers arrive at their destination, they discover a building in disrepair and an inexperienced manager, Sonny (Dev Patel), struggling to keep the creditors off his back. "I have a dream to outsource old age. And it is not just for the British. There are other countries that hate old age!" he excitedly informs his dubious guests.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is a delight, milking laughter and tears as characters reach crossroads in their lives. Like The King's Speech, it's a film with appeal across the generations, tapping into universal fears of being forgotten in old age. Dench is the emotional heart, narrating drolly in voiceover, while Wilkinson delivers a beautifully nuanced performance as a man with heartbreaking ties to India.

Imrie and Pickup are delicious comic relief, the latter asked at one point, "Aren't you scared about having sex at your age?" Without missing a beat, he replies, "If she dies, she dies!" Smith is in imperious form as a xenophobic working-class battle-axe, who shuns Indian food in favour of packets of chocolate biscuits because, "I don't eat anything I can't pronounce." Age hasn't dulled her rapier wit.

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Friday 30th January 2015
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The Green Ray (Le Rayon Vert) 3 stars

Delphine is poised to go on a Greek holiday with a gal pal until her travelling companion dumps her to venture abroad with a boyfriend instead. Nervous about the prospect of holidaying alone, Delphine considers her options. A brief sojourn to the Alps eventually leads to a friend's apartment in Biarritz where Delphine learns about a rare meteorological phenomenon chronicled by Jules Verne in his novel Le Rayon Vert.

  • GenreDrama, Romance, World
  • CastMarie Riviere, Amira Chemakhi, Sylvie Richez.
  • DirectorEric Rohmer.
  • WriterEric Rohmer, Marie Riviere.
  • CountryFr
  • Duration96 mins
  • Official site
  • Release19/04/2002 (London NFT only); 02/01/2015 (selected cinemas)

A re-release of Eric Rohmer's 1986 summer romance, the fifth chapter in his Comedies And Proverbs series, which is distinguished by improvised dialogue and strong performances from non-actors. Delphine (Marie Riviere) is poised to go on a Greek holiday with a gal pal until her travelling companion dumps her to venture abroad with a boyfriend instead. Nervous about the prospect of holidaying alone, Delphine contemplates an invitation from her sister to go camping in Ireland but elects instead to go to Cherbourg with another gal pal. After a few days, she returns to Paris, deflated and restless. A brief sojourn to the Alps eventually leads to a friend's apartment in Biarritz where Delphine learns about a rare meteorological phenomenon chronicled by Jules Verne in his novel Le Rayon Vert.

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Tuesday 3rd February 2015

Winstanley 3 stars

Drama.

  • GenreDrama
  • CastMiles Halliwell, Jerome Willis, David Bramley.
  • DirectorKevin Brownlow, Andrew Mollo.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration96 mins
  • Official site

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Saturday 31st January 2015
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