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A landmark film, shot in 1929, a silent drama tracking the lives of various Berliners for 24 hours. It's virtually plotless but the fluid, roaming camerawork is decades ahead of its time, as were the use of non-actors, real locations and what became known its documentary-style technique. A remarkable film stylistically, and a launching pad for a wealth of talent, it's also a wonderful glimpse of a world that has long disappeared.
E means that the film's distributor believes the film to be 'exempt' from a BBFC age rating. E certificate films are often designed to inform, educate or instruct.
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Poetic, nostalgia-filled documentary by Liverpool-born director Terence Davies, looking back to the harsh post-war 1950s and 1960s in his home city.
This black and white documentary collection from the start of the last century is a fascinating glimpse into everyday life in Edwardian Britain.
An experimental early Soviet documentary that's still an incredible viewing experience today.
A poor father and son search Rome for their stolen bicycle in this hugely influential '40s Italian film from director Vittorio De Sica.
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