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Set in the repressive suburbia of 50s America, director Douglas Sirk's melodrama revolves around a middle-aged, middle-class woman who falls for an earthy, free-spirited gardener. Soon, she has to choose between bowing to the disapproval of her neighbours and grown-up children, or following her heart. The film works as both a tear-jerking love story and a veiled dig at the laced-up social conventions of the day - and was later hailed by critics as both a fantastic example of Hollywood filmmaking, and a piece of cinema that said something important (and then rarely expressed) about the society from which it came.
Brightly-coloured Douglas Sirk tribute about a marriage that falls apart in the hyper-conformist American suburbs of the 1950s
14+ years 103 mins
Stylish film noir about a wealthy journalist who becomes obsessed with a beautiful young woman, who is then found murdered.
11+ years 83 mins
A mix of dark crime 'film noir' and melodrama, involving a love clash over a playboy between a spoilt girl and her hard-working mother.
14+ years 111 mins
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