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Weird and fascinating comedy that uses an NHS hospital to satirise the crumbling state of early 1980s Britain. Reporter Mick Travis is covering a royal visit to a hospital besieged by angry protesters, brought to a standstill by striking workers, overrun by the entourage of an African dictator and home to some very sinister medical experiments. The day starts stressfully and quickly gets completely out of control in this film by the great British director Lindsay Anderson.
Set in a retro-futuristic Britain, when an admin clerk spots an error in his paperwork and tries to correct it he is taken on a nightmarish journey.
14+ years 137 mins
The revolutions of the 1960s are violently and psychedelically enacted in an archaic English boarding school.
14+ years 111 mins
Controversial documentary-maker Michael Moore turns his eye to the US healthcare system, where patients often struggle to pay for treatment.
11+ years 118 mins
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