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A year after their father died and their mother left America for the Himalayas, three brothers set off on a haphazard train trip across India to find her. The three haven't spoken to each other during the last twelve months - and although they plan to use the journey as a chance to bond with one another, it actually finds them plunged into chaos. Made by director Wes Anderson - who was also responsible for such flights of fancy as Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums - this comic-drama is a brilliantly imaginative film with a warm-hearted message about the nature of families.
This witty, edgy drama centres on Igby, a rebellious teen from a rich, dysfunctional family who leaves for New York, where discontent follows him.
16+ years 98 mins
Successful writer Margot returns to her family home in the rural US for her sister's wedding in this clever drama about the tensions of family life.
14+ years 89 mins
Quirky comedy-drama about a wealthy, intellectual New York family whose three children were prodigies, but which has fallen apart over time.
14+ years 105 mins
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