45 Years DVD Review

It is a deep, dark fear, that our lives are not what they seem. That some unknown betrayal alters the reality of our existence, forever tainting that which has past and what is to come. Andrew Haigh bottles thi... Read More...

45 Years Review

Andrew Haigh's assured second film begins with a fracture, a break in routine. Kate (Charlotte Rampling) and husband Geoff (Tom Courtenay) walk their dog, greet their postman, and receive a letter. In this comp... Read More...

Trailer for ‘Night Train to Lisbon’

Featuring an exceptional all-star cast including Academy Award®-winner Jeremy Irons, NIGHT TRAIN TO LISBON is a spellbinding thriller directed by critically-acclaimed director Bille August (Pelle The Conqueror, The House of the Spirits) which takes us on two emotionally charged journeys revealing a man’s quest for self-discovery and the dying days of the Portuguese dictatorship.

The Eye of the Storm Review

Charlotte Rampling gives a powerhouse performance as the overbearing dying matriarch in Fred Schepisi's adaptation of Patrick White's 1973 novel, The Eye of the Storm. Rampling plays Elizabeth Hunter who for one reason or other is the owner of a beautiful estate in the Sydney suburb of Centennial Park.