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Nick Broomfield is one of the most interesting and important British documentary filmmakers of the past 40 years. He has always been interested in politics and several of his earliest films deal directly with the subject of class. Fans of his more celebrated later films will especially enjoy Driving Me Crazy here, a brilliant, often laugh-out-loud mix of reportage and entertainment, one in which Broomfield himself has a starring role.
Documentary about immigration, focused on two Burmese families who relocate to Sheffield from a Thai refugee camp.
11+ years 90 mins
Harrowing drama based on a real-life incident in which US marines allegedly massacred 24 Iraqis in a revenge attack in 2005.
16+ years 95 mins
Collection of films about life during World War Two from British documentary pioneer Humphrey Jennings.
11+ years 184 mins
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