Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
For some people, the prim attitude which reigned supreme in the 1950s and 60s was nothing less than rank hypocrisy - and had to be challenged, even if that meant getting into trouble with the authorities along the way. Stand-up comedian Lenny Bruce was one of those people - a foul-mouthed, anti-establishment figure who many still consider a comic genius, but who is possibly even more famous for the boundary-pushing, taboo-busting nature of his routines, and the chaotic, destructive private life he had off-stage. Star Dustin Hoffman delivers a stunning performance as the troubled Bruce in this powerful biopic.
Considered as the Marx Brothers at their best - this outing sees Groucho attempt to bring Milan's finest opera stars to New York.
All ages 87 mins
Documentary about legendary jazz musician Chet Baker, hailed as a genius in the 1950s but whose life descended into drugs and alcoholism.
16+ years 119 mins
Screwball comedy in which a man gives up his everyday life to join Latin American rebels, in a desperate attempt to impress his ex-girlfriend.
14+ years 78 mins
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