Ted Swanscott

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  • Caravaggio

    Caravaggio

    The most mainstream feature by experimental English director Derek Jarman, Caravaggio matches melodramatic speculations about the Renaissance artist’s life with painterly beauty.

  • The Full Monty

    The Full Monty

    Six unemployed Sheffield men turn to professional stripping in this modest British comedy which became a surprise international hit.

  • 28 Days Later...

    Danny Boyle’s thrilling film, set in a UK ravaged by a virus, stars Cillian Murphy.

  • Secrets & Lies

    Secrets & Lies

    The downtrodden life of a working-class, middle-aged single mother is transformed by the unexpected arrival of a figure from her distant past.

  • Topsy-Turvy

    Topsy-Turvy

    Mike Leigh’s first period drama is a witty reconstruction of the stormy relationship between W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan during the creation of ‘The Mikado’.

  • The House of Mirth

    The House of Mirth

    An exemplary literary adaptation by Terence Davies that relates the decline of a society beauty in late 19th century New York.

  • Moon

    Moon

    British writer-director Duncan Jones made an impressive debut with this low-budget, high-concept story of a moon worker’s existential crisis – as much psy-fi as sci-fi.

  • Twelve Monkeys

    Twelve Monkeys

    The imagination of director Terry Gilliam meets the star power of Bruce Willis in a fantasy inspired by Chris Marker’s haunting short film La Jetée.

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