Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Period and Historical
Marie-Antoinette has gone down in history as symbolising the way that royalty can be out-of-touch with and cruelly indifferent to the suffering of ordinary people. While the people of France starved, she was said to have announced: "Let them eat cake." But has history treated this not-quite fairytale princess unfairly? This achingly cool movie uses a contemporary rock soundtrack to help portray her not as an unfeeling monster - but simply a bored and restless teenage girl, who didn't understand the nature of the world-changing events that were going on around her.
Spectacular tale of love and warfare set in ancient China from the director of Hero and House of Flying Daggers
14–16 years 112 mins
Epic love story about a 17th-century Swedish ruler who was raised as a boy and taught to be as tough as her father.
11+ years 95 mins
Spectacular, extravagant epic, with Elizabeth Taylor in a classic role as the legendary queen of ancient Egypt.
11–16 years 192 mins
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