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Shine a Light | Blu Ray | (03/11/2008)
from £9.64 | Saving you £16.35 (62.90%) | RRP
Director Martin Scorsese captures the legendary rock and roll band in concert during their 'A Bigger Bang' tour in 2006. Filmed over two nights at New York's Beacon Theater, the concert features guest appearances from Buddy Guy, Christina Aguilera and Jack White. Tracks include: 'Jumpin' Jack Flash', 'Tumbling Dice', 'Brown Sugar', 'Sympathy for the Devil', 'Start Me Up', '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction', and many more.
North Face | Blu Ray | (27/04/2009)
from £10.99 | Saving you £9.00 (45.00%) | RRP
Summer 1936. Bearing the expectations of a nation and their Fuhrer two climbers set out to be the first to conquer the last great problem of the Alps. But soon their ascent becomes a race for survival threatened by injury and storms of unimaginable fury. Before long their quest becomes a pusle-pounding race against both time and the awesome forces of nature. Shot through with scenes of gut-wrenching peril rivaling those of Touching The Void North Face is a powerful breathtaking tale of human endurance on a terrifying landscape; towering over 1 800m the North Face has claimed over 60 lives and earned itself the grimly appropriate nickname: the murder wall.
No One Knows About Persian Cats | Blu Ray | (26/07/2010)
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Based on real events the film follows two young musicians Negar and Ashkan who are promised a gig in London and embark on a frantic mission to assemble a backing band. The couple have recently served prison terms for breaching the ban on 'Western and decadent music' and for Negar these activities are particularly dangerous: as a female musician unauthorised public performances can carry savage penalties. Now they face a search for the elusive and costly paperwork that will permit them to leave for Europe. Teaming up with promoter and bootlegger Nader their search takes them into Tehran and a vibrant underground culture of rappers rockers electro-artists and singer-songwriters who risk arrest to perform Western songs overlaid with their own politicised lyrics. But as Negar and Ashkan try to convince others to follow their lead the risks that they are taking become all too apparent.