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From the director of The Duchess – Saul Dibb – eOne is pleased to announce the UK release of the highly anticipated and most intoxicating love story of the year – SUITE FRANÇAISE, an epic drama set against the terrifying chaos of German occupied France.
From Basil Dearden who directed classic British films such as Dead Of The Night and Khartoum, Out Of The Clouds is a bedazzling ensemble piece that encapsulates the early days of touristic aviation in the 1950s.
Isao Takahata has been working in animation since the 1960’s and was a co-founder of the now universally famous Studio Ghibli in 1985.
Seriously. It Follows. What can one say about this high octane, sensational piece of cinema, which takes all expectations, all boundaries, all generic conventions and does away with them.
Cake is worthy of so many accolades, far more than it has currently received and far more than it is possibly ever will receive.
Austin Chick's Girls Against Boys has good intentions, a fun premise and a gobsmackingly great title but unfortunately the final product just doesn't live up to what is promised.