A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS BLU RAY

Unlike Carol Reeds OLIVER, which saw the east end at the time of early Jewish settlement. A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS, Reeds first colour film, is saturated in the sights, smells and sounds of post war east end of ... Read More...

ROOM AT THE TOP BLU RAY REVIEW

Jack Clayton's 1959 film is seen as an outstanding translation of the John Braine's source material, one of the pinnacle of British New Wave cinema and was nominated for six oscars (winning two). All this is hi... Read More...

The Blue Angel Review

A cleaner pulls up a blind to reveal a poster for The Blue Angel. So starts Josef von Sternberg's film which was advertised in much the same way: with Marlene Dietrich's Lola Lola writ large in stockings and fr... Read More...

HEAT AND DUST BLU RAY REVIEW

The identity marriage of colonial India and the post colonial sub continent is extracted in this stunning statement on a country that is again at a crossroads. Adapted by its author Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (and lo... Read More...