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Period and Historical
Based on Laurie Lee's timeless book, this is a tender and honest account of life in an English village just after the First World War. It is told from the point of view of Laurie, whose beloved mother is left to raise eight children alone after her husband walks out on her. Laurie's early life is full of hardship but also much joy, and, as he grows up, a lot manages to happen in their small village - including a murder. A lovely adaptation of a classic autobiography.
Based on Irish author Frank McCourt's autobiography, this both hilarious and tragic film deals with him growing up in a very poor family in the '30s.
14–16 years 140 mins
Bleak social realist drama about a working-class woman in 1950s Britain who performs backstreet abortions for desperate girls.
16+ years 120 mins
Much-loved family classic about a man visited by an angel on Christmas Eve who challenges his view his life has been a failure.
11+ years 130 mins
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