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Although he is often cast in very British roles, the actor Richard E Grant actually grew up in Swaziland in southern Africa. He wrote and directed this autobiographical drama about a family falling apart during the last days of the British Empire in Africa in the 1960s. But even as the big forces of history are changing the characters' lives, the film stays focused on their personal misery interspersed with small moments of happiness.
This powerful drama sees a child separated from his parents during the 1931 Japanese invasion of China and put in an internment camp for foreigners.
11+ years 153 mins
This languidly sumptuous sequel to In The Mood For Love follows the romances of Chow, a writer of science-fiction novels set in the year 2046.
14–16 years 123 mins
Drama about a woman who marries a friend and moves to a coffee plantation in Africa with him - where she falls in love with another man.
14+ years 154 mins
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