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Evergreen World War Two escape drama set in a German prisoner-of-war camp, featuring a large cast of famous actors playing Allied troops. Each of them is desperate to get out - but will their relentless tunnelling help them get back to Britain? A curious mixture of bleak historical fact, optimism and good humour, all complete with perhaps the catchiest theme tune ever written!
The story follows the hate-filled Pinkie Brown, a teenage mobster who has just taken over running a London gang.
11+ years 92 mins
The story of Steve Biko, killed in police custody in apartheid South Africa, and the friend determined to honour his name.
11+ years 151 mins
A hugely enjoyable western which sees a small Mexican village reduced to poverty by a ruthless gang of bandits, building toward a massive shootout.
11+ years 125 mins
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Into Film Ambassador Michael Sheen reveals how films adapted from classic literature inspired him to learn outside the classroom.
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