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Drama

The Impossible

On Boxing Day 2004 a monsterous earthquake created a tsunami causing devastation around the Indian Ocean resulting in the deaths of more than 300,000 people. The Impossible is based on the true story of a Spanish family (represented here as British) who encounter the worst natural disaster of recent times.

I, Anna

I Anna is a psychological thriller that follows Anna (Charlotte Rampling) - an enigmatic woman, who lives with her daughter (Hayley Atwell) and grandaughter in a single bed flat in London. A recent divorcee, Anna starts to attend speed dating events to curb her loneliness. 

Silver Linings Playbook

Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence star in Silver Linings Playbook, by Oscar-nominated writer-director David O. Russell (The Fighter) - which scooped the top prize at Toronto Film Festival earlier this year. 

Trouble With The Curve

Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams star as father and daughter in new baseball drama Trouble With The Curve.

Warrior

A story of brotherhood, determination and cage fighting, Warrior follows two brothers, separated by family strife, but brought uncomfortably close by a common goal, as both men excel in the art of combat. Tommy (Tom Hardy) is a complicated man - confused, angry and a drunk, while Brendan (Joel Edgerton) has a more stable life with a wife, children but an ever-increasing amount of debt. The two brothers share an incredible gift. Gavin O’Connors’ Warrior charts they journey of these brothers as they fight for what they believe and for what they really need.

The Perks of Being A Wallflower

The Perks of Being A Wallflower is coming-of-age story based on the beloved best-selling novel by Stephen Chbosky.
 

Quartet

Adapted by Ronald Harwood from his 1999 play of the same name, Quartet stars the wonderful Dame Maggie Smith and is the directorial debut of legendary actor Dustin Hoffman.

Song For Marion

Grumpy, retired Arthur (Terrence Stamp), who doesn’t get much joy out of life aside from the love-of-his-life, his vivacious wife Marion (Vanessa Redgrave). He finds her interest in the OAPZ – a geriatric choir group that amusingly perform covers of modern popular music, a waste of time… That is, until Marion’s cancer returns, leaving her with just months to live. Knowing how much the group means to her, Arthur forces himself to get involved with the OAPZ, much to the pleasure of the group’s leader, the loveable music teacher Elizabeth (Gemma Arterton).

Rust and Bone

Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts shine in Jacques Audiard’s undeniably brilliant, Rust and Bone, that just won Best Film at the 56th BFI London Film Festival.

Argo

A combination of comic strip imagery and newsreel footage gives us a quick history of Iran, filling us in on the 1953 CIA-backed Iranian coup against the Mohammad Mosaddegh regime and the bringing of the Shah to power. We then see a shocking recreation of the storming of the American Embassy in Tehran that took place on November 4th, 1979, where six Americans managed to escape. Known as ‘the house guests’ they took refuge in the Canadian Ambassador Ken Taylor’s house.

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