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Could your computer be your ideal romantic partner? This is the question asked by this mind-bending film from director Spike Jonze, who directed loopy classic Being John Malkovich. Set in a glossy LA in the near future, this smart comedy stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore Twombly. He’s going through a divorce, and warms to the understanding, husky conversation of his new advanced operating system (voiced by Scarlett Johansson), who’s able to evolve beyond her initial programme but has no body. When stronger feelings develop, he has to ponder what the most important thing is in a relationship – and what it means to be human.
This visually spectacular German sci-fi classic (made, incredibly, in 1927) sees the rich live in skyscrapers and the poor toil underground.
11+ years 138 mins
Sweet comedy about a painfully shy, small-town guy whose family are relieved when he finally gets a girlfriend, only to find it's an inflatable doll.
14+ years 102 mins
Down on his luck Craig finds a portal to the mind of John Malkovich on the 7 1/2 floor of his office. Comic and surreal debut from Spike Jonze.
14+ years 108 mins
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Our Film of the Month for July 2017 is short film Confirm Humanity, a striking-yet-delicate exploration of what it is that makes us human.
Viewing time 8 mins
We take a look at the new Blade Runner sequel, which combines astounding visuals with deep explorations of philosophical, ethical and environmental issues.
Reading time 8 mins
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