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From sailors to butchers, the residents of the fictional Welsh town of Llareggub each have a story to tell. Originally created by Dylan Thomas for radio, the piece has since been adapted for the stage, small screen and cinema, and continues to entertain with its funny and often lewd interpretation of community life. The film flits between characters, with impressive cinematography, as they express their desires and regrets in the most lyrical, poetic and visual of ways.
A film guide that looks at Under Milk Wood (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
James Franco delivers an astonishing performance as American poet Allen Ginsberg in this fascinating docudrama.
16+ years 82 mins
A fine examination of wartime patriotism and power of the written word. Ffilm sy'n trin a thrafod cenedligrwydd a rhyfela a grym y gair ysgrifenedig.
11+ years 110 mins
Intense drama based on the love of early 19th century poet John Keats for the beautiful and talented daughter of his landlady.
11+ years 116 mins
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