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Period and Historical
Michael Winterbottom is one of the industry's most interesting and versatile film directors and his second feature is an excellent adaptation of Jude the Obscure, the final gloomy novel by Thomas Hardy. Jude is a poor stonemason who dreams of escaping his humble origins by getting a decent education. The story's message concerning the restrictions of Britain's class structure in the 19th century still resonates today.
A black British comedy about an ambitious young man who embarks on a series of murders to secure a title and a family fortune.
11+ years 102 mins
Lavish romantic melodrama about a wealthy businessman's nephew who has a fling with a young worker at his uncle's factory which returns to haunt him.
11+ years 117 mins
Finely crafted murder mystery set in 1930s England, examining class differences through the upstairs and downstairs goings-on of a country house.
14+ years 131 mins
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