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Action and Adventure, Thriller
Following on from the events of Daniel Craig’s previous outings as Bond, a cryptic message from the past leads 007 to discover that a vast espionage operation has been behind many of his former foes. Scouring the globe in search of clues, he gradually uncovers the sinister truth behind the mysterious organisation known as SPECTRE. Meanwhile, political developments closer to home threaten the very existence of the secret service. An impressive five-minute opening shot sets the tone for the scale and theatricality of the film, which gives greater prominence for supporting characters, particularly gadget man and computer hacker Q. With clever nods to iconography in the series and a focus on the modern age of digital data and surveillance, fans of traditional Bond films will not be disappointed.
Tense thriller based on the terrorist attack on the Israeli team at the 1972 Munich Olympics which left eleven athletes dead.
14+ years 156 mins
It's 1970s Cold War Britain and someone is leaking secrets to the Russians. Cue a tangled web of lies, deceit and creeping paranoia.
14+ years 122 mins
Michael Caine stars in this 1960s spy classic and Bond alternative.
11+ years 103 mins
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We look at essential drama Moonlight, which challenges stereotypes of black masculinity and sexuality, and tells a wider story about embracing your true self.
Reading time 6 mins
Emma Lewis of the London Film Museum explains how costumes, props and memorabilia can be used to help widen young people's knowledge of film texts and careers.
Reading time 8 mins
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