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Glenda Jackson and Michael Caine in the true and touching story of Bernard Jordan who escapes from his care home to attend the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings. With John Standing.
Highly regarded film; a gentle love story featuring a South Korean couple who meet as children and are reunited 24 years later. A touching and powerful narrative, with Buddhist connotations, showing how lives can run full circle. With Greta Lee and Tea Yoo.
Post WW2 Agatha Christie tale with Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot who, having retired to Venice, attends a seance. With Kelly Reilly, Jamie Dornan and Michelle Yeoh.
Comedy based on the real life saving of the Carmarthen Lyric cinema from municipal vandalism by Liz Evans. With Louise Cliff and Jonathan Pryce.
In mid west US of the 1930s, Ryan O'Neal as small time confidence trickster, Moses Pray, becomes saddled with an orphaned 10 year old girl Addie (Tatum O'Neal). Great comedy directed by Peter Bogdanovic. With Madeline Khan. bw
The great Peter Sellers as the inept Parisian detective Jacques Clouseau in the classic comedy featuring a missing diamond . With Catherine School and Christopher Plummer. And the "minkey" of course.
In 1967 three ladies from Ballygar near Dublin win a trip to Lourdes. With Maggies Smith, Laura Linney and Kathy Bates
Filmed in Southwold and at the Picture Palace, a film based on true events when a teenage girl's grandmother is diagnosed with Alzheimers and the girl becomes her carer. With Stephanie Beacham and Eloise Smyth.
Very amusing comedy with real dogs and a story of an abandoned pet who finds friends to help him get his own back. With the voices of Will Ferrell and Jamie Foxx. 15 (for language, sex and drugs).
Delightful film in which a young woman would-be author strikes up an unlikely friendship, and creates a garden with, a cantankerous old widower. With Jessica Brown Findlay, Tom Wilkinson and Andrew Scott.
E.M.Forster's memorable narrative superbly realised by the great David Lean. With a stellar cast including Alec Guinness, Judy Davis, Richard Wilson, Peggy Ashcroft, Saeed Jaffrey, James Fox and Nigel Havers.
The true story of Clarice Cliff whose revolutionary Stoke pottery elevated her from a lowly factory job to an entrepreneurial designer of the 1920s. With Phoebe Dynevor, David Morrissey, Matthew Goode and Bill Paterson.
Dave Turner and Ebla Mari in a moving drama of a changing northern community and the future of a pub. Ken Loach's final film.