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Drama, Family, Horror, Period and Historical
The Man From Nowhere (1976, 59 mins) sees a young girl moves to her rich uncle’s country house, but a stranger warns her of grave dangers if she stays, in this Victorian gothic horror. In Haunters of the Deep (1984, 61 mins), an American businessman arrives in Cornwall to re-open a disused mine, ignoring warnings from the past that could prove to be a fatal mistake. And in Out of the Darkness (1985, 68 mins), three youths in Derbyshire begin to see visions of a child who died in The Great Plague and attempt to uncover the mystery of his appearance.
Out of the Darkness: contains infrequent mild threat. The Man from Nowhere: contains mild threat.
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Three great short children's adventure stories made by the BFI's Children's Film Foundation.
Delightful film adaptation of Arthur Ransome's beloved book, following the adventures of four children on holiday in the Lake District in 1929.
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A recently-orphaned 10-year-old girl is sent to live at her uncle’s grand estate in Yorkshire where she discovers secrets within its grounds.
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