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Obsessive Keith likes to have things just so, and the other people at the Dorset campsite he's staying at just do not seem to know the rules that he believes are completely obvious to everyone. For instance, having the radio on is not OK, but Keith's own horrible banjo playing is fine. This fine comedy from observational genius Mike Leigh explores the social friction of the British on holiday as petty tensions and territorial issues escalate.
Comedy-drama about two middle-aged friends, a uptight writer and a slacker, who go on a wine-tasting road trip and question their lives.
14+ years 121 mins
Off-beat Tokyo-set romance about a past-it actor and a lonely newlywed featuring a stand-out performance from Bill Murray.
14+ years 97 mins
Irrepressibly chirpy Poppy is a primary school teacher learning to drive in this optimistic film from Mike Leigh.
14+ years 115 mins
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