Film Four & Film Four +1: 20-05-11

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11:00Heaven Can Wait[SUB HD]
A roguish playboy dies and goes to Hell, but the Devil is not convinced he has sinned enough or has the right wicked credentials to merit entry. This prompts the old rascal to recount the story of his outrageously immoral life, from stealing his cousin's fiancee to meddling in his son's romance with a singer. Fantasy comedy, starring Don Ameche, Laird Cregar, Gene Tierney and Spring ByingtonFilm/Fantasy/Comedy

13:10Kiss Them for Me[SUB HD]
Three Navy pilots are given four days leave during the Second World War so they can take part in a promotional event for the war effort. However, the lucky trio prefer spending their free time throwing a party - and when one of them falls for a businessman's fiancee, he questions whether he even wants to return to duty. Comedy, starring Cary Grant, Jayne Mansfield, Lief Erickson and Suzy ParkerFilm/Comedy

15:15DOA[SUB BW]
A man discovers he has drunk a slow-acting deadly poison and uses his remaining few hours on a tortuous journey through the seedy streets of Los Angeles to find out who gave it to him and why - but the culprit proves highly elusive. Noir thriller, starring Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler and Beverly GarlandFilm/Detective/Thriller

16:55The Thirty-Nine Steps[SUB AD]
A man becomes embroiled in international espionage as he tries to uncover the meaning behind the cryptic last words of a mystery woman, whom he knew for only a brief time before finding her dying in his flat. He must flee for his life from foreign spies and the police, who think he is a murderer. Spy thriller based on John Buchan's novel, starring Kenneth More, Taina Elg, Barry Jones and James HayterFilm/Detective/Thriller

18:45Young Sherlock Holmes[SUB HD]
The teenage detective and his future sidekick Watson meet for the first time at boarding school. The death of Holmes's mentor sets the youngsters on their first case, and they discover that former members of an archaeological survey team have died under suspicious circumstances - pointing to a sinister Egyptian cult using hallucinogenic poisons to kill its victims. Adventure, starring Nicholas Rowe, Alan Cox and Sophie WardFilm/Adventure

20:55Attack the Block Special[SUB REP]
Preview of the sci-fi comedy, featuring interviews with the cast and director Joe CornishFilm/Cinema

21:00Don't Say a Word[SUB HD]
A psychiatrist's daughter is kidnapped by criminals who hold her hostage in a bid to obtain information known only by one of his patients - a woman suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. The distraught father must use his skills to delve into the troubled woman's mind and retrieve the secret to save his child. Thriller, starring Michael Douglas, Sean Bean, Famke Janssen and Brittany MurphyFilm/Detective/Thriller

23:10Wolf Creek[SUB HD]
Three backpackers get stranded in the Australian Outback when their car breaks down, and are assisted by a seemingly friendly local. However, the trio wake the next day to find themselves in the middle of a living nightmare as their host reveals his deranged and violent side. Horror, starring John Jarratt, Nathan Phillips, Cassandra Magrath and Kestie MorassiFilm/Horror

A man wakes up in the boot of a car that is travelling down a road with no driver. Short film, directed by and starring Nash EdgertonGeneral Movie/Drama

01:10Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation![SUB HD]
Mark Hartley's documentary explores a little-known period in Australian cinematic history, often overlooked in the cannon of `important works'. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, innovative film-makers took advantage of relaxed censorship laws and pushed the boundaries of taste and decency to produce features including Snapshot and The Man from Hong Kong, which laid the foundations for future successes including Wolf Creek and Long WeekendFilm/Documentary

03:15Attack the Block Special[SUB REP]
Preview of the sci-fi comedy, featuring interviews with the cast and director Joe CornishFilm/Cinema