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  • Baie Des Anges, La / Donkey Skin / Les Demoiselles De Rochefort / Lola (1961) / Umbrellas of Cherbourg / Une Chambre En Ville - Set [Blu-ray] [2019] [Region Free]Baie Des Anges, La / Donkey Skin / Les Demoiselles De Rochefort / Lola (1961) / Umbrellas of Cherbourg / Une Chambre En Ville - Set | Blu Ray | (17/02/2020) from £64.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    French director JACQUES DEMY didn't just make movieshe created an entire cinematic world. Demy launched his glorious feature filmmaking career in the sixties, a decade of astonishing invention in his national cinema. He stood out from the crowd of his fellow New Wavers, however, by filtering his self-conscious formalism through deeply emotional storytelling. Fate and coincidence, doomed love, and storybook romance surface throughout his films, many of which are further united by the intersecting lives of characters who either appear or are referenced across titles. Demy's filmswhich range from musical to melodrama to fantasiaare triumphs of visual and sound design, camera work, and music, and they are galvanized by the great stars of French cinema at their centres, including ANOUK AIMÉE, CATHERINE DENEUVE, and JEANNE MOREAU. The works collected here, made from the sixties to the eighties, touch the heart and mind in equal measure. LOLA JACQUES DEMY's crystalline debut gave birth to the fictional universe in which so many of his characters would live, play, and love. It's among his most profoundly felt films, a tale of crisscrossing lives in Nantes (Demy's hometown) that floats on waves of longing and desire. Heading the film's ensemble is the enchanting ANOUK AIMÉE (8 1/2) as the title character, a cabaret chanteuse; she's awaiting the return of a long-lost lover and unwilling to entertain the adoration of another love-struck soul, the wanderer Roland (Le trou's MARC MICHEL). Humane, wistful, and witty, Lola is a testament to the resilience of the heartbroken. BAY OF ANGELS This precisely wrought, emotionally penetrating romantic drama from JACQUES DEMY, set largely in the casinos of Nice, is a visually lovely but darkly pragmatic investigation into love and obsession. A bottle-blonde JEANNE MOREAU (Jules and Jim) is at her blithe best as a gorgeous gambling addict, and CLAUDE MANN (Army of Shadows) is the bank clerk drawn into her risky world. Featuring a glittering score by MICHEL LEGRAND, Bay of Angels is among Demy's most somber works. THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG An angelically beautiful CATHERINE DENEUVE (Belle de jour) was launched into stardom by this glorious musical heart tugger from JACQUES DEMY. She plays an umbrella-shop owner's delicate daughter, glowing with first love for a handsome garage mechanic, played by NINO CASTELNUOVO (The English Patient). When the boy is shipped off to fight in Algeria, the two lovers must grow up quickly. Exquisitely designed in a kaleidoscope of colors, and told entirely through the lilting songs of the great composer MICHEL LEGRAND, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is one of the most revered and unorthodox movie musicals of all time. THE YOUNG GIRLS OF ROCHEFORT JACQUES DEMY followed up The Umbrellas of Cherbourg with another musical about missed connections and second chances, this one a more effervescent confection. Twins Delphine and Solange, a dance instructor and a music teacher (played by real-life sisters CATHERINE DENEUVE and FRANÇOISE DORLÉAC), dream of big-city life; when a fair comes through their quiet port town, so does the possibility of escape. With its jazzy MICHEL LEGRAND score, pastel paradise of costumes, and divine supporting cast (GEORGE CHAKIRIS, GROVER DALE, DANIELLE DARRIEUX, MICHEL PICCOLI, and GENE KELLY), The Young Girls of Rochefort is a tribute to Hollywood optimism from sixties French cinema's preeminent dreamer. DONKEY SKIN In this lovingly crafted, wildly quirky adaptation of a classic French fairy tale, JACQUES DEMY casts CATHERINE DENEUVE as a princess who must go into hiding as a scullery maid in order to fend off an unwanted marriage proposal from her own father, the king (Orpheus's JEAN MARAIS)! A topsy-turvy riches-to-rags fable featuring songs by MICHEL LEGRAND, Donkey Skin creates a tactile fantasy world that's perched on the border between the earnest and the satiric, and features DELPHINE SEYRIG (Last Year at Marienbad) in a delicious supporting role as a fashionable fairy godmother. UNE CHAMBRE EN VILLE In this musical melodrama set against the backdrop of a workers' strike in Nantes, DOMINIQUE SANDA (The Conformist) plays a young woman who wishes to leave her brutish fiancé (Contempt's MICHEL PICCOLI) for an earthy steelworker (The Valet's RICHARD BERRY), though he is engaged to another. Unbeknownst to the girl, the object of her affection boards with her no-nonsense baroness mother (The Earrings of Madame de . . .'s DANIELLE DARRIEUX). A late-career triumph from JACQUES DEMY, Une chambre en ville received nine César Award nominations and features a rich, operatic score by MICHEL COLOMBIER (Purple Rain). Features New 2K digital restorations of all six films, with uncompressed monaural soundtracks on the Blu-rays of Lola and Bay of Angels and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 and 2.0 surround soundtracks on the Blu-rays of The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Young Girls of Rochefort, Donkey Skin, and Une chambre en ville Two documentaries by filmmaker Agnès Varda: The World of Jacques Demy (1995) and The Young Girls Turn 25 (1993) Four short films by director Jacques Demy: Les horizons morts (1951), Le sabotier du Val de Loire (1956), Ars (1959), and La luxure (1962) Jacques Demy A to Z, a new visual essay by film critic James Quandt Two archival interviews from French television with Demy and composer Michel Legrand, one on The Umbrellas of Cherbourg and the other on The Young Girls of Rochefort French television interview from 1962 with actor Jeanne Moreau on the set of Bay of Angels Once Upon a Time . . . The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, a 2008 documentary French television program about the making of Donkey Skin Donkey Skin Illustrated, a video program on the many versions of Charles Perrault's fairy tale Donkey Skin and the Thinkers, a video program on the themes of the film, featuring critic Camille Tabouley New video conversation with Demy biographer Jean-Pierre Berthomé and costume designer Jacqueline Moreau New interviews with author Marie Colmant and film scholar Rodney Hill Q&A with Demy from the 1987 Midnight Sun Film Festival, as well as an audio Q&A with him from the American Film Institute in 1971 Archival audio recordings of interviews with Demy, Legrand, and actor Catherine Deneuve at the National Film Theatre in London Interview with actor Anouk Aimée conducted by Varda in 2012 Interview from 2012 with Varda on the origin of Lola's song Video programs on the restorations of Lola, Bay of Angels, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, and Une chambre en ville Trailers New English subtitle translations Six Blu-rays PLUS: A booklet featuring essays by critics Ginette Vincendeau, Terrence Rafferty, Jim Ridley, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Anne Duggan, and Geoff Andrew, and a postscript by Berthomé

  • Fellini's 8 1/2 [Blu-ray]Fellini's 8 1/2 | Blu Ray | (03/02/2020) from £17.15   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Fellini's most acclaimed work, 8 1/2 won two Oscars ® including Best Foreign Film. Fellini is unanimously voted by film critics - and notably, by filmmakers - as one of the greatest directors of all time. And Fellini's 8 ½ is revered as the most important European film ever made and film buffs' ultimate film of all time! MARCELLO MASTROIANNI is Fellini's alter ego, Guido, a successful filmmaker who, embarking on his next film, discovers he has a complete director's block: he has no story to tell ! Harassed by his producers, his mistress (SANDRA MILO) and his wife (ANOUK AIMEE) while struggling to find the inspiration for his film, he increasingly retreats in dreamy recollections of his life and lovers, until fantasy - personified by the heavenly beautiful CLAUDIA CARDINALE - his memories and reality merge in the director's mind and on screen - in an astonishing, masterful spectacle which culminates in an electrifying triumph of optimism. As Guido, Fellini's alter-ego says at the end of 8 ½: Life is a party, let's live it together Special Features: New unique intimate interview with Sandra Milo the film's co-lead and off-screen real life ˜companion' of Fellini. Filmed especially for this CultFilms release Interview with Lina Wertmuller, Fellini's Assistant Director on 8 ½. Filmed especially for CultFilms. Lost Sequence documentary on the making of 8 ½ with interviews with cast crew and Fellini himself: the focus is on one of film-lore's great mystery! Where a massive sequence was shot with all the cast, but not included in the film, and it was never seen again. Tribute to Fellini's speech on receiving his Academy Award Oscar

  • A Self Made Hero [1995]A Self Made Hero | DVD | (12/02/2007) from £16.18   |  Saving you £1.81 (11.19%)   |  RRP £17.99

    In post-war Paris Albert Dehousse (Mathieu Kassovitz) attempts to escape his past (working as a travelling salesman in the war to avoid 'voluntary' labour in Germany) by creating a new identity for himself. Reinventing himself as a Resistance hero he is appointed to weed out traitors in France. Overcoming initial hostility from his new colleagues he soon finds his facade beginning to crack.

  • La Dolce Vita [1960]La Dolce Vita | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £11.99   |  Saving you £10.00 (100.10%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Marcello Mastroianni plays a playboy reporter on the hunt for scandal amongst Rome's high society in this classic Italian film directed by Federico Fellini. Both drawn to and repelled by the decadent lifestyle that provides his living he finds himself torn between his passion for a starlet (Anita Ekberg) and his desire for a Bohemian life like that of his friend (Alain Cuny)...

  • La Dolce Vita [1960]La Dolce Vita | DVD | (26/03/2001) from £22.98   |  Saving you £-4.00 (N/A%)   |  RRP £15.99

    At three brief hours, Fellini's cynical, engrossing social commentary, La Dolce Vita, stands as his timeless masterpiece. A rich, detailed panorama of Rome's modern decadence and sophisticated immorality, the film is episodic in structure but held tightly in focus by the wandering protagonist through whom we witness the sordid action. Marcello Rubini is a tabloid reporter trapped in a shallow high-society existence, as extraordinarily played by Marcello Mastroianni, a man of paradoxical, emotional juxtapositions: cool but tortured, sexy but impotent. He dreams about writing something important but remains seduced by the money and prestige that accompany his shallow position. He romanticises about finding true love but acts unfazed upon finding that his girlfriend has taken an overdose of sleeping pills. Instead, he engages in a ménage à trois, then frolics in a fountain with a giggling American starlet (bombshell Anita Ekberg), and in the film's unforgettably inspired finale, attends a wild orgy that ends, symbolically with its participants finding a rotting sea animal while wandering the beach at dawn. Fellini saw his film as life affirming (thus its title, "The Sweet Life"), but it's impossible to take him seriously. While Mastroianni drifts from one worldly pleasure to another, be it sex, drink, glamorous parties or rich foods, they are presented, through his detached eyes, as merely momentary distractions. His existence, an endless series of wild evenings and lonely mornings, is ultimately soulless and facile. Because he lacks the courage to change, Mastroianni is left with no alternative but to wearily accept and enjoy this "sweet" life. --Dave McCoy, Amazon.com

  • 8 1/2 [DVD]8 1/2 | DVD | (11/11/2013) from £17.05   |  Saving you £2.94 (17.24%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Probably Fellini's most acclaimed work 8 ½ won two Oscars including Best Foreign Film and is one of the great films about moviemaking perhaps the reason it is filmmakers' and film buffs' ultimate film of all time. A film director (a magnificent Marcello Mastroianni) is struggling to find the creativity required to deliver his next movie and consequently is being hassled by industry figures as well as his wife (Anouk Aimée) and his mistress (Sandra Milo). In order to escape his tormentors the director retreats into a world of memories dreams and fantasies. The result is a dazzling array of themes and images which make 8 ½ the quintessential Fellini movie. Special Features: Exclusive 50 min documentary on the famously lost ending of 8 ½: Lost Sequence Interview with Assistant Director Lina Wertmuller and Theatrical Trailers

  • Fellini's 8.1/2 [1962]Fellini's 8.1/2 | DVD | (19/11/2012) from £20.00   |  Saving you £-0.01 (-0.10%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Federico Fellini's 8 1/2, his 1963 semi-autobiographical story about a worshipped filmmaker who has lost his inspiration, is still a mesmerising mystery tour that has been quoted (Woody Allen's Stardust Memories, Paul Mazursky's Alex in Wonderland) but never duplicated. Marcello Mastroianni plays Guido, a director trying to relax a bit in the wake of his latest hit. Besieged by people eager to work with him, however, he also struggles to find his next idea for a film. The combined pressures draw him within himself, where his recollections of significant events in his life and the many lovers he has left behind begin to haunt him. The marriage of Fellini's hyper real imagery, dreamy sidebars and the gravity of Guido's increasing guilt and self-awareness make this as much a deeply moving, soulful film as it is an electrifying spectacle. Mastroianni is wonderful in the lead, his woozy sensitivity to Guido's freefall both touching and charming--all the more so as the character becomes increasingly divorced from the celebrity hype that ultimately outpaces him. --Tom Keogh

  • La Dolce Vita [Blu-ray]La Dolce Vita | Blu Ray | (06/10/2014) from £12.99   |  Saving you £14.00 (127.39%)   |  RRP £24.99

    At three brief hours, Fellini's cynical, engrossing social commentary, La Dolce Vita, stands as his timeless masterpiece. A rich, detailed panorama of Rome's modern decadence and sophisticated immorality, the film is episodic in structure but held tightly in focus by the wandering protagonist through whom we witness the sordid action. Marcello Rubini is a tabloid reporter trapped in a shallow high-society existence, as extraordinarily played by Marcello Mastroianni, a man of paradoxical, emotional juxtapositions: cool but tortured, sexy but impotent. He dreams about writing something important but remains seduced by the money and prestige that accompany his shallow position. He romanticises about finding true love but acts unfazed upon finding that his girlfriend has taken an overdose of sleeping pills. Instead, he engages in a ménage à trois, then frolics in a fountain with a giggling American starlet (bombshell Anita Ekberg), and in the film's unforgettably inspired finale, attends a wild orgy that ends, symbolically with its participants finding a rotting sea animal while wandering the beach at dawn. Fellini saw his film as life affirming (thus its title, "The Sweet Life"), but it's impossible to take him seriously. While Mastroianni drifts from one worldly pleasure to another, be it sex, drink, glamorous parties or rich foods, they are presented, through his detached eyes, as merely momentary distractions. His existence, an endless series of wild evenings and lonely mornings, is ultimately soulless and facile. Because he lacks the courage to change, Mastroianni is left with no alternative but to wearily accept and enjoy this "sweet" life. --Dave McCoy, Amazon.com

  • Model Shop [Blu-ray]Model Shop | Blu Ray | (02/12/2019) from £15.75   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Two lovers from very different walks of life collide in Model Shop, the first film by French New Wave luminary Jacques Demy (Bay of Angels, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg) to be shot in the United States and a zeitgeist-capturing portrait of the late 1960s. Los Angeles architect George Matthews (Gary Lockwood, 2001: A Space Odyssey) is down on his luck. Unemployed, broke and facing imminent deployment to Vietnam, he suddenly and unexpectedly finds himself transfixed by the captivating Lola (Anouk Aimée, reprising her eponymous role from Demy s 1961 film), a pin-up who works in a low rent model shop specialising in erotic photographs. After spending his last $12 to photograph her, George realises they are kindred spirits, both adrift and without hope in the City of Angels, and, during a night of drinking and lovemaking at Lola s apartment, he forges a connection with the damaged woman that will have lasting consequences for them both... Dismissed as a minor entry in Demy s canon at the time of its original release, Model Shop later made Sight & Sound s list of hidden gems that had been unduly overlooked. Replete with Demy s sharp-eyed observations on the human condition and showcasing a masterfully realised sense of both time and place, Demy s American debut is a dreamy, devastating love story about a city and characters at a crossroads between the past and the future. Special Edition Contents: High Definition Blu-rayTM (1080p) presentation of a 2K restoration of the film Original lossless mono soundtrack Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Isolated music and effects track New audio commentary by actress and writer Illeana Douglas, author of I Blame Dennis Hopper: And Other Stories from a Life Lived In and Out of the Movies A City Full of Poetry, a new video appreciation by author and critic Philip Kemp Alternate French-language opening and closing titles Theatrical trailer TV spots Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Ignatius Fitzpatrick FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Neil Mitchell

  • 8 1/2 [Blu-ray]8 1/2 | Blu Ray | (11/11/2013) from £33.73   |  Saving you £-8.74 (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    Probably Fellini's most acclaimed work 8 ½ won two Oscars including Best Foreign Film and is one of the great films about moviemaking perhaps the reason it is filmmakers' and film buffs' ultimate film of all time. A film director (a magnificent Marcello Mastroianni) is struggling to find the creativity required to deliver his next movie and consequently is being hassled by industry figures as well as his wife (Anouk Aimée) and his mistress (Sandra Milo). In order to escape his tormentors the director retreats into a world of memories dreams and fantasies. The result is a dazzling array of themes and images which make 8 ½ the quintessential Fellini movie. Special Features: Exclusive 50 min documentary on the famously lost ending of 8 ½: Lost Sequence Interview with Assistant Director Lina Wertmuller and Theatrical Trailers

  • Pret a Porter [DVD]Pret a Porter | DVD | (16/05/2011) from £5.39   |  Saving you £14.60 (73.00%)   |  RRP £19.99

    At the world's hottest fashion show there's been a murder. Now everybody's a suspect including two guests (Julia Roberts and Tim Robbins) who end up sharing more than a hotel room! Sizzling Kim Basinger also stars as s hilariously inept TV reporter on the trail of her hottest interview yet. They're all caught up in the year's biggest see-and-be-seen event - where scintillating scandals and spectacular supermodels turn up the heat in a riotous show of high-fashion hilarity!

  • Contraband - Spain [DVD]Contraband - Spain | DVD | (17/02/2020) from £10.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Robin Hood star Richard Greene plays an agent who goes to the French-Spanish border to round up some smugglers and counterfeiters after his brother is murdered. He is helped by singer Anouk Aimee, who he falls in love with.

  • Pret-a-Porter [1995]Pret-a-Porter | DVD | (13/02/2001) from £9.94   |  Saving you £5.05 (33.70%)   |  RRP £14.99

    Robert Altman's much-anticipated broadside at the world of fashion, Pret A Porter is a disappointment. The film's crazy-quilt Nashville-like narrative structure and ensemble casting (Julia Roberts, Tim Robbins, Lauren Bacall, Marcello Mastroianni, Sophia Loren) are a thing to behold, but the story's many interlocking pieces lack overall depth and resonating emotion. There is a grand, satiric statement about fashion and society at the end of the film, and there are hints of an aging, nostalgic filmmaker's scepticism about our post-modern world of short-lived attachments and meanings. But watching this film is a long, long uphill climb, with a lot of thin air to endure before arriving at a destination. --Tom Keogh, Amazon.com

  • Jacques Demy - Lola [DVD]Jacques Demy - Lola | DVD | (16/08/2010) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Anouk Aim''e (A Man and a Woman) delivers a groundbreaking performance in the title role of Lola a sultry nightclub entertainer. Left by her sailor lover Michael (Jacques Harden) on the eve of her pregnancy seven years ago Lola brings up their son while working as a dancer. She anxiously awaits the return of Michael who has gone to America to seek his fortune. In his absence Lola spends time in the company of her childhood friend Roland (Marc Michael) and an American Sailor Frankie (Alan Scott). She is a woman searching for love and would settle down with one of them if her heart did not belong to Michael. Jacques Demy s gorgeously shot B&W debut film is a loving tribute to Max Ophuls that has now been restored to radiant form under the supervision of his widow award winning film-maker Agnes Varda.

  • La Dolce Vita [4K] [Blu-ray]La Dolce Vita | Blu Ray | (07/09/2020) from £19.15   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Fellini was one of the most original and creative minds of the 20th century and he is recognized as one of the greatest directors of all time. La Dolce Vitais Federico Fellini's epoch-making, signature masterpiece which is always at the very top of film polls and considered one of the best and most influential films ever made. It s a spectacular and acutely relevant portrait of celebrity-obsessed culture. Starring Marcello Matroianni as the handsome tabloid journalist who gets his sensationalist gossip stories by non-stop partying and sleeping with socialites. But this apparent sweet life, this dolce vita , both excites and repels him In celebration of the Fellini Centenary, one of the most influential and celebrated films of all times - filled with iconic images of the 1960s such as the mesmerizing sequence of Anita Ekberg dancing in the Trevi Fountain - is released on Blu-ray from unique restored 4K version made for Scorsese s nonprofit institute, The Film Foundation. Makes this the benchmark release. Extras/Episodes: Exclusive in depth own-produced original (and last-ever) interview with star Anita Ekberg Definitive version from restored 4K source licensed from Scorsese s Film Foundation New updated English subtitles Fellini & other classics Trailers including: 8 1/2, JULIET OF THE SPIRITS, I VITELLONI Fellini s La Dolce Vita became a universal expression, it created the word Paparazzi and introduced Fellini-esque as cultural reference!

  • Four Films From Fellini - La Dolce Vita ; I Vitelloni ; 8 1/2 ; Giuliette Degli Spiriti [1953]Four Films From Fellini - La Dolce Vita ; I Vitelloni ; 8 1/2 ; Giuliette Degli Spiriti | DVD | (19/11/2012) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £44.99

    La Dolce Vita (1960): Marcello Mastroianni plays a playboy reporter on the hunt for scandal amongst Rome's high society in this classic Italian film directed by Federico Fellini. Both drawn to and repelled by the decadent lifestyle that provides his living he finds himself torn between his passion for a starlet (Anita Ekberg) and his desire for a Bohemian life like that of his friend (Alain Cuny)... Giuliette Degli Spiriti (1965) I Vitelloni (1953): Five young men linger in post-adolescent limbo dreaming of adventure and escape from their small seacoast town. They while away their time spending the lira doled out by their indulgent families on drink women and nights at the local pool hall. Federico Fellini's second solo directorial effort is a semi-autobiographical masterpiece of sharply drawn character sketches. An international success and recipient of an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay I Vitelloni compassionately details a year in the life of small-town layabouts struggling to find meaning in their lives. Criterion's DVD also includes an exclusive documentary featuring interviews with late actor Leopoldo Trieste and other actors technicians and scholars; the original trailer and newsreels from the time of the film's release; a collection of stills posters and memorabilia; and more. 8 1/2: (1963) One of the greatest films about film ever made Federico Fellini's 8 1/2 (Otto e mezzo) turns one man's artistic crisis into a grand epic of the cinema. Guido Anselmi (Marcello Mastrioanni) is a director whose film -- and life -- is collapsing around him. An early working title for the film was La Bella Confusione (The Beautiful Confusion) and Fellini's masterpiece is exactly that: a shimmering dream a circus and a magic act. The Criterion Collection is proud to present the 1963 Academy Award winner for Best Foreign-Language Film - one of the most written about talked about and imitated movies of all time -- in a beautifully restored new all digital transfer. Disc Two features Fellini's rarely seen first film for television Fellini: A Director's Notebook (1969). Produced by Peter Goldfarb this ""imagined documentary"" of Fellini on Fellini is a kaleidoscope of unfinished projects all of which provide a fascinating and candid window into the director's unique and creative process.

  • Contraband Spain [Blu-ray]Contraband Spain | Blu Ray | (17/02/2020) from £13.98   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Richard Greene stars as an FBI agent hot on the trail of his brother's killer in this thrilling crime drama from the mid '50s. Made concurrently with Greene's phenomenally successful TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood, Contraband Spain also stars Anouk Aimée and Michael Denison. It is is presented here as a brand-new High Definition transfer from the original film elements in its original theatrical aspect ratio. A member of a smuggling gang is found murdered on the Franco-Spanish border with counterfeit bills in his pocket. Agent Lee Scott the dead smuggler's brother is assigned to investigate.

  • What Love May Bring [Blu-Ray]What Love May Bring | Blu Ray | (02/05/2011) from £27.51   |  Saving you £-9.52 (-52.90%)   |  RRP £17.99

    What War May Bring is the explosive story of war-torn Europe through the eyes of the beautiful and enigmatic Ilva and two American soldiers featuring dramatic battle sequences and epic Normandy landing scenes. As France struggles to cope with the German occupation and the battles across the continent get ever more bloody Ilva betrays her resistance roots and becomes the mistress of a commanding Nazi officer bringing about terrible consequences for those closest to her. In the company of the liberating American troops Ilva begins to re-build her life but ultimately they must all face the toughest of decisions with only honour and courage to save them.

  • Golden Salamander [DVD]Golden Salamander | DVD | (12/09/2011) from £15.98   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    An exotic British thriller adapted from the best selling novel by Victor Canning and directed by Ronald Neame (The Poseidon Adventure). Trevor Howard (Brief Encounter, The Third Man) stars as archaeologist David Redfern, a man who has been dispatched to a small North African town to recover priceless artefacts and finds himself in deep trouble when he stumbles on a sinister smuggling racket. Not wanting any trouble Redfern keeps quiet when he discovers a gang of gun runners led by Rankl (Herbert Lom) who drinks in a caf with Agno (Wilfrid Hyde-White) and Douvet (Miles Malleson). The caf is run by beautiful French migr Anna (Anouk Aimee - Lola, La Dolce Vita) and when Redfern falls in love with Anna Redfern he realises that he must act, but fails to realise how dangerous his opponents really are...The first ever DVD release of this classic British film that won an award at the Locarno Film Festival.

  • Justine [DVD] (1969)Justine | DVD | (12/05/2014) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Arriving in Egypt, Darley, a young Irish schoolmaster finds himself in the beautiful city of Alexandria, with massive houses, masked balls, extreme opulence, incredible poverty and adolescent prostitution. The society into which Darley naively enters is dominated by Justine (Anouk Aim e), an enchantingly beautiful Jew. Among Justine's numerous friends and lovers are Pursewarden (Dirk Bogarde), a British official obsessed with his blind sister, Liza; Narouz, Justine's fanatic brother-in-law; .

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