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How often do you see older family members sit around chatting about the good old times - and wonder what it is they might be talking about? Last Orders is the film that can tell you. Londoner Jack Dodd lived his life to the fullest, touching all around him. When he dies, his last wish is to have his ashes scattered in Margate. In this touching film, as Dodd's friends set about carrying out his wishes, they reminisce about their dearly departed mate, as well as looking back on the triumphs and failures in their own lives.
This thoughtful American tragedy touches on racism and vigilantism and is another gem in Clint Eastwood's magnificent career.
14–16 years 116 mins
1950s drama about a middle-aged civil servant who finds he is dying, and feels he's wasted previous decades, from iconic director Akira Kurosawa.
11+ years 143 mins
A brilliantly made dark comedy from award-winning directors Joel and Ethan Coen.
16+ years 101 mins
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