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Info Film Four & Film Four +1: 27-01-11 - 27-January-2011, 12:50

Film Four & Film Four +1: 27-01-11

Astra 2D at 28.2E 10729 V SYM:22000 FEC 5/6

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FilmFour TV listings guide Today.

11:00Jump Tomorrow[SUB]
A timid Nigerian man embarks on a journey across America to meet the woman his parents have arranged for him to marry. He becomes smitten with a Spanish woman he encounters along the way, while an eccentric Frenchman becomes determined to see them end up together, whatever it takes. Romantic drama, starring Tunde Adebimpe, Hippolyte Girardot, Natalia Verbeke and Patricia MauceriFilm/General Movie/Drama

12:50A Letter to Three Wives[SUB BW]
A trio of picnicking women receive word that a mutual friend has run off with one of their husbands - but does not say which one. Fearing the worst, the three women each think back over the ups and downs of their marriages, looking for reasons the relationship might be in jeopardy. Oscar-winning comedy, starring Jeanne Crain, Kirk Douglas, Ann Sothern, Linda Darnell and Jeffrey LynnFilm/Comedy

14:50Carmen Jones[SUB]
A sultry female military worker attracts admiring glances from her male colleagues, but she has her eye on an engaged pilot. Otto Preminger's romantic musical drama, based on Bizet's opera Carmen with modernised lyrics and set in the Deep South during World War Two. Dorothy Dandridge, Harry Belafonte, Olga James and Pearl Bailey starFilm/Musical

16:55How to Steal a Million[SUB HD]
A woman hires a burglar to steal one of her grandfather's forged sculptures from a prestigious Paris museum before it can be exposed publicly as a fake, unaware the man is actually a detective investigating the family. However, the cop suffers a crisis of conscience when he finds himself falling for the woman. Crime comedy, starring Audrey Hepburn, Peter O'Toole, Charles Boyer and Eli WallachFilm/Comedy/Detective/Thriller

19:15The Honeymooners[SUB HD]
New York bus driver Ralph Kramden's latest get-rich-quick plan leaves him and his wife penniless - and forces him to come up with an even zanier scheme to put things right. Comedy based on the 1950s American sitcom, starring Cedric the Entertainer, Mike Epps, Gabrielle Union and Regina HallFilm/Comedy

21:00Sleuth[SUB HD]
A reclusive author seeking revenge on his wife's lover invites his unwitting rival to his secluded mansion - where the writer proceeds to bait his victim in a complex battle of wits. Kenneth Branagh's remake of the 1972 mystery thriller, starring Michael Caine and Jude LawFilm/Mystery

22:45End of Days[SUB HD]
A world-weary former police officer encounters the Devil himself on New Year's Eve 1999, and is spurred into action to stop the Prince of Darkness exploiting an innocent woman to bring about Armageddon. Supernatural thriller, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Byrne, Robin Tunney, Rod Steiger, Kevin Pollak, CCH Pounder and Miriam MargolyesFilm/Detective/Thriller

01:05The Virgin Spring[BW]
A girl in 14th-century Sweden is raped and murdered by goat herders, who bury her body in the woods. By chance, the killers unwittingly seek food and shelter from their victim's parents, who soon discover the truth and begin plotting revenge. Ingmar Bergman's drama, starring Max von Sydow, Birgitta Valberg and Gunnel LindblomFilm/General Movie/Drama

02:50Neds Special[SUB REP]
Peter Mullan talks about his new film as a directorFilm/Cinema

03:004Films For[SUB REP]
Armstrong and Miller offer words of advice taken from classic movie momentsFilm/Cinema


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