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Three women from different eras find themselves suffering from the same problems in this cleverly structured, bittersweet drama, based on Michael Cunningham's novel. In 1923, famous English novelist Virginia Woolf begins work on her latest novel, Mrs Dalloway, but is continuing to struggle with depression. In 1951, a Los Angeles housewife experiences an emotional awakening while reading Woolf's book, with tragic results. And in 2001, a New York publisher whose nickname is "Mrs Dalloway" is struggling to come to terms with her own sexuality. The three stories combine into a powerful and memorable whole.
A Film Guide that looks at Philadelphia, exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Funny film about a crew struggling to make a movie based on Laurence Sterne's classic 'unfilmable' novel, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy.
14+ years 90 mins
Brightly-coloured Douglas Sirk tribute about a marriage that falls apart in the hyper-conformist American suburbs of the 1950s
14+ years 103 mins
Period romance with an innovative form about a torrid affair, interspersed with scenes about the actors' on-set relationship.
14+ years 118 mins
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