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England's seaside has always been a place of crime and secrecy - and so it proves in Brighton Rock. Adapted from the novel by Graham Greene, the story follows the hate-filled Pinkie Brown, a teenage mobster who has just taken over running a London gang. Chasing a victim down to a seedy Brighton of pubs and piers, he lures an innocent young girl into helping him when he wants to escape again - but although she dreams of a romance between the pair, Pinkie is pure evil from head to toe. A chilling black-and-white classic from the 1940s that still has the power to shock even now.
This adaptation of a Graham Greene story is a great twisty thriller set in post-War Vienna.
11+ years 104 mins
Highly unusual and equally original, Gallivant is an amazing journey through (or, in fact, around) modern Britain.
14+ years 100 mins
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