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New Film Four 14-08-08. - 14-August-2008, 14:00

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Jassy (PG) 1947 A tempestuous gypsy girl endowed with psychic powers is hired as a servant and goes on to marry her master before being falsely accused of his murder. Hugely entertaining costume drama set in the 19th century, starring the wonderful Margaret Lockwood, alongside Dennis Price, Patricia Roc, Dermot Walsh and Cathleen Nesbitt (888)

Picnic at Hanging Rock (PG) 1975 Acclaimed director Peter Weir's beautiful and atmospheric period mystery about the disappearance of three schoolgirls and their teacher during a trip to the Australian landmark on Valentine's Day,
1900. The story rambles along at a snail's pace, but it remains one of the most memorably haunting films ever committed to celluloid. Starring Rachel Roberts, Dominic Guard, Helen Morse and Jacki Weaver, this beautiful tale is a must-see (888)

The Nutcracker (U) 1993 Macaulay Culkin stars in this version of Tchaikovsky's classic ballet as a prince who meets a little girl in a fantasy world of oversized toys. Narrated by Kevin Kline, with Darci Kistler and Kyra Nichols

Carry On Up the Khyber (PG) 1968 The gang go to colonial India for this bawdy saga of occupying British forces having trouble with the natives. Tensions mount as the locals discover the soldiers' fearsome reputation is quite undeserved prompting open rebellion. Considered to be one of the better films in the series. Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Roy Castle, Joan Sims and Bernard Bresslaw star (888)

Braveheart (15) 1995 Actor-director Mel Gibson's breathtaking multi-Oscar-winning epic charting the life of legendary Scottish hero William Wallace and his efforts to defeat tyrannical Edward I of England. Following the slaughter of his father and brother, young Wallace is taken in by his uncle, who teaches him how to use brain as well as brawn something that comes in handy years later, when he wants to avenge his wife's execution by the king's soldiers. Patrick McGoohan, Ian Bannen and Sophie Marceau co-star (888)

Shaft (18) 2000 Samuel L Jackson plays a maverick detective who vows to catch a racist criminal suspected of murdering an innocent black man. However, the only witness is reluctant to talk, and the killer turns out to be from a very wealthy family, leaving the tough-talking cop to quit the force and bring down the culprit on his own terms. Remake of the classic blaxploitation thriller, with Christian Bale, Toni Collette and the late Isaac Hayes (888)

The Puffy Chair (15) 2004 A would-be rock star who abandoned his small town roots to seek fame and fortune in New York with little success returns home for his father's birthday. Having found the perfect present, he sets out on an eventful journey across America to deliver it, with his demanding girlfriend and laidback brother along for the ride. Comic road movie, starring Mark Duplass and Kathryn Aselton

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