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Graham Greene was one of Britain's greatest writers of the 20th Century, and betrayal was one of the key themes of his books and film scripts. The pain, confusion and mixed motives that lead to it are perfectly captured in this drama about the young son of a foreign ambassador who hero-worships the family butler - and then turns against him. The title tells you how things are going to end up, but this brilliantly worked, small-scale film is a superb exploration of how people hurt the ones they love.
Is it OK to have a central character who never seizes control of his own life? That is the challenge that The Remains of the Day sets itself.
14+ years 128 mins
Dark allegory on informers made during the Nazi occupation of France about anonymous poison-pen letters causing chaos in a small town.
11+ years 87 mins
A splendidly sinister and claustrophobic drama that turns the British class system upside down.
16+ years 112 mins
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