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Insurance clerk CC Baxter thinks he's a smart cookie - he owns a flat in Manhattan which he lends out to executives from the company for secret affairs. This way, he thinks, he'll get promoted faster. Of course, it's not that easy. Baxter has fallen in love with the company's receptionist, Fran, who thinks he's one of the few honest men in the company. But when Baxter gives his boss the keys to his flat, he realises the boss is having an affair with Fran! It's a moral dilemma that unfolds into a funny, touching love story, set in the hubbub of 60s New York.
One of the darkest portraits of Hollywood ever made, director Billy Wilder's classic film is the story of a fading screen goddess.
11+ years 105 mins
Comedy about the boredom, pettiness and strangeness of working in an office, with three software programmers dreaming of a way out.
14+ years 85 mins
Peerless '50s comedy about a couple of unemployed musicians forced on the run after witnessing the St Valentine's Day Massacre.
7+ years 116 mins
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Our Young Reporters and Youth Advisory Council members give their highlights from the Watershed's annual festival of classic and archive film.
Reading time 8 mins
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