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Based on a play by Danish playwright Kaj Munk, Ordet is a tale of redemption brought about by human love. Full of hope without becoming sentimental, the film explores the clash between orthodox religions and other forms of faith within a Danish farming family. Spellbindingly simple, it can seem incredibly slow by modern standards - it features a total of only 114 shots, each on average taking more than a minute - but this is a film of incredible power and visual beauty.
A celebrated chef goes from luxurious to humble surroundings as an uprising forces her to leave Paris and settle in a religious community.
14–16 years 102 mins
Set in the early 20th century, this is the story of a close-knit family living in tough conditions in a small mining village in the Welsh valleys.
11+ years 114 mins
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