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Dissent & Disruption: The Complete Alan Clarke at the BBC (Blu-ray box set)

This collection finally brings together all twenty-three of Clarke’s surviving stand-alone BBC TV dramas.

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Penda’s Fen (Blu-ray)

Alan Clarke’s magnificently ambiguous metaphysical journey is quite unlike any other TV play.

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The Firm: Director’s Cut (Blu-ray)

This new HD edition of Alan Clarke’s unflinching drama includes the never-before-seen Director’s Cut and original BBC TV broadcast version.

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Richard III (dual format Blu-ray/DVD)

Ian McKellen is King Richard III in this celebrated adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic play set in an alternative 1930s.

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I Am Belfast (dual format Blu-ray/DVD)

Celebrated filmmaker, writer and curator Mark Cousins cast his painterly eye on his home town, the port city Belfast.

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A Month in the Country (dual format Blu-ray/DVD)

Neglected after its initial 1987 cinema release, this adaptation of J. L. Carr’s novel is notable for its strong British cast.

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