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British Cinema

British Cinema

The British Isles have been the home of a significant cinema industry for over a century, producing such famous directors as Alfred Hitchcock, Michael Powell, and Carol Reed, to name a few. Film Movement Plus is proud to offer a selection of British films, from early Hitchcock, through classic Ealing comedies, and on to more recent fare, starring some of the best British actors, including Alastair Sim, Peter Mullan, John Mills, Karen Gillan, Clive Owen, and Brian Cox. Featured directors include Hitchcock, Derek Jarman, Bill Forsyth and Alexander MacKendrick.

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British Cinema
  • Broken

    Opening Film - Critics' Week - Cannes Film Festival. 11 year-old Skunk lives a carefree life with her loving father (Tim Roth), brother and nanny. Her afternoons are full of day dreams and curious wanderings around her neighborhood. One day, Skunk witnesses her angry neighbor, Mr. Oswald savagely...

  • Not Another Happy Ending

    Jane Lockhart (Doctor Who's Karen Gillan) has pulled off a rare feat with her debut novel â?" critical acclaim and mainstream success. But now, with just the last chapter of the follow-up to write, she encounters crippling writer's block. It's bad news for her, and the worst possible circumstance...

  • Borrowed Time

    18 year old Kevin is picked on by everyone in and nearly disowned by his sister due to his kleptomania. After he is hoodwinked into debt by local hoodlum Ninja Nigel, Kevin, in desperation, decides to burgle a local retiree. However the tables are turned when the old man holds an antique gun on K...

  • Still

    A gritty and atmospheric thriller about the traumatic disintegration of a man and father, STILL is the haunting, deeply moving story about a journey every parent hopes they will never have to make. Tom Carver (Aidan Gillen, Game of Thrones and The Wire) is a man stumbling blindly towards a crossr...

  • The Carer

    Diagnosed with a rare form of Parkinson's Disease, aging theatrical legend Sir Michael Gifford (Brian Cox) is foul-mouthed, irascible and highly reluctant to the concept of allowing a full-time caregiver into his home. Enter Dorottya (Coco König), an aspiring Hungarian actress, whose warm persona...