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Natasha is a girl of science, rooted in facts and evidence over concepts like fate or love at first sight, and Daniel has always been a good student, living up to his parents’ expectations rather than dreaming big. But when the two meet for the first time in the streets of New York City and begin to hit it off, they both forget what came before and embrace a whirlwind romance. As the two become closer, however, Natasha drops a bombshell: her family, originally from Jamaica, is set to be deported the following day. ‘The Sun is also a Star’ is an F-rated adaptation of a popular young-adult novel which explores themes around identity, diversity and citizenship.
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Charming, offbeat romance about a young tourist who persuades a French stranger to get off the train with him in Vienna to wander round for the night.
14+ years 96 mins
Adaptation of the successful young adult novel by John Green about a boy who has fallen in love with the enigmatic girl-next-door who goes missing.
11–16 years 109 mins
A young Irish immigrant starts an exciting new life in 1950s Brooklyn, but soon finds the past catching up with her.
11+ years 107 mins
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