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The July 7, 2005 multiple bomb attacks on the underground and a bus in London was the worst the city has ever experienced. This emotionally charged drama made by French director Rachid Bouchareb looks at the consequences of that terrible day through the eyes of a mother from the Channel Islands and an African (and Muslim) man, both searching for their missing grown-up children in the chaos. They have to deal with their own prejudices as they learn more about the children they fear they may have lost.
A film revealing the crucial role North African troops played in World War Two and how badly they were treated by France during and after the war.
14+ years 118 mins
Sober and sombre recreation of events that took place on a flight hijacked on 9/11.
14+ years 106 mins
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