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New Film Four & Film Four +1 22-01-09 - 22-January-2009, 14:50

Film Four & Film Four +1 22-01-09

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Carrington VC (PG) 1954 A decorated Army major resorts to embezzling mess funds to make ends meet an act that leaves him facing a court martial, with the evidence stacked against him. To make matters worse, his wife sees the opportunity to get revenge for his wartime affairs by providing false testimony for the prosecution. Courtroom drama, starring David Niven, Margaret Leighton, Noelle Middleton, Laurence Naismith and Clive Morton (888)

Conspiracy of Hearts (U) 1960 A group of courageous Italian nuns risk everything during World War Two. Deciding they can't stand by and do nothing, they begin smuggling Jewish children out of a German internment camp, and transporting them to safety. But Nazi troops soon look set to discover their dangerous secret. Wartime drama, starring Lilli Palmer, Sylvia Syms, Yvonne Mitchell, Ronald Lewis and Albert Lieven (888)

The Lost World (U) 1960 An egocentric Edwardian professor sets out to prove his theory that dinosaurs still exist in the Amazon. Claude Rains, Michael Rennie, Richard Haydn, David Hedison and Jill St John star in this prehistoric adventure, based on Arthur Conan Doyle's classic novel (888)

In & Out (12) 1997 An Oscar-winner announces on national TV that his former schoolteacher is gay, causing uproar in the close-knit community where he grew up, and forcing the beleaguered tutor to convince his family, fiancee and pupils that he is not homosexual. Comedy, starring Kevin Kline, Matt Dillon, Tom Selleck and Joan Cusack

Keeping Mum (15) 2005 A well-meaning but rather dull vicar is kept on his toes by his dysfunctional family. While his daughter seems to pick the worst possible boyfriends, his son struggles to make any friends at all and his wife is becoming increasingly interested in her suave golf teacher. Thankfully, the arrival of a housekeeper gives the foursome a much-needed wake-up call. Comedy, starring Rowan Atkinson, Kristin Scott Thomas, Patrick Swayze and Maggie Smith (888)

Funny Games (18) 2008 A family receive unexpected guests at their holiday home in the shape of two intelligent and sadistic young men who hold them hostage, subjecting them to a campaign of violence and psychological torture. German director Michael Haneke's English language remake of his own satirical thriller, starring Naomi Watts and Tim Roth

Candy (15) 2006 A poet draws his art student lover into his use of heroin. However, as their shared addiction comes to dominate their lives and relationship, desperate measures are called for to break the cycle of self-destruction. Drama, starring Heath Ledger, Abbie Cornish and Geoffrey Rush (888)

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