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In this 1930s British classic, an ageing headmaster and professor reflects on his almost 60-year career at a boys' boarding school. Charles "Mr Chips" Chipping is so loveable and his teaching establishment so quaint that you might be amazed such people and places actually existed. The gentle drama paints a detailed life portrait, going from Chipping's unpromising beginnings as an insecure new staff member to his transformation into a pupils' favourite, and finally his twilight years. The result is an entertaining and sentimental snapshot of a bygone era.
What makes a bad life? That is the question Henry Van Cleave faces in this film, when he dies and finds himself at the front office to Hell.
11–16 years 112 mins
This Powell and Pressburger classic is the wittily dramatic life story of a befuddled old soldier told in flashback.
11+ years 156 mins
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