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Wild Tales

Six hilarious short stories combine to form a macabre tango at the gates of madness in this outrageous comedy.

The Grandmaster

Wong Kar-Wai’s lavish martial arts biopic is a sumptuous visual experience.

The Duke of Burgundy

Sensual exploration of the dynamic between two women cut off from the outside world.

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Sherlock Holmes

The original BBC Sherlock is back with Douglas Wilmer giving a career-defining performance in this celebrated series.

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Roberto Rossellini: The War Trilogy

Limited edition, numbered collection of Rossellini’s postwar films. Available on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.

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Rome, Open City

A landmark of Italian neorealism, and often cited as one of the greatest films ever made.

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Germany Year Zero

A devastating portrait of an obliterated postwar Europe, one of the most affecting films in the history of cinema.

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Roberto Rossellini’s ambitious and enormously moving follow-up to his breakthrough film, Rome, Open City. Presented here in a new restoration.

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Bill Morrison: Selected Works 1996-2014

An extensive collection of Morrison’s acclaimed films, available in Europe for the first time.

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    A supreme stylist with a sharp grasp of human psychology, Robert Siodmak is famous for his American thrillers of the 40s.

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Film of the week: Wild Tales

Things fall apart savagely in this Argentine portmanteau of latterday social grotesqueries. Mar Diestro-Dópido is down for the ride.
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