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You might not like Danny Balint - in fact, you might despise him. But a couple of details about him might surprise you. He's a young American skinhead whose embrace of the ugly creed of neo-Nazism conceals two things - firstly, that he's highly intelligent, and secondly, and even more shockingly, that he's Jewish. Despite his own ancestry, the obsessive and angry Danny has latched onto racism as a way to make sense of the world - and the powerful Believer follows him as he tries to reconcile his prejudice and hatred with being the actual object of that hatred. With an amazing performance from Ryan Gosling as Danny, this is a fierce and unforgettable movie.
Thought-provoking drama set in Hitler's Germany, about a university professor who is unwittingly drawn into the Nazi party.
14+ years 91 mins
Chris Morris's controversial comedy about a gang of would-be Islamic terrorists.
16+ years 97 mins
A poignant tale that permits us to connect with the lives of children struggling to survive and to cling onto their dreams of a happy future.
16+ years 91 mins
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