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The House on Telegraph Hill (PG) 1951 A concentration camp survivor assumes the identity of her dead friend and travels to San Francisco to stay with the deceased woman's distant family. However, her appearance scuppers the plans of a devious man to get his hands on a hefty inheritance, and he embarks on a mission to woo and then murder the new arrival. Atmospheric thriller, starring Valentina Cortese, Richard Basehart and William Lundigan (888)

Lost (PG) 1956 Offbeat documentary-style drama charting the effects of a baby's abduction on the kidnappers, the police and Press, and the youngster's frantic parents. As the investigation into the disappearance gets under way, clues are in short supply leaving officers desperately hoping for the break which will help them find the villains and save the victim. David Farrar, David Knight, Thora Hird and Julia Arnall star (888)

Hell and High Water (U) 1954 A squad of American mercenaries battle against Chinese communists planning to take over Alaska as part of a plot that could start a world war. director Samuel Fuller's stirring adventure which makes the most of the intense submarine setting. Starring Richard Widmark, Bella Darvi, Victor Francen and David Wayne (888)

Bogus (PG) 1996 A woman takes in a seven-year-old orphan who finds comfort in an imaginary friend, a gentle but giant Frenchman. As the trio's unusual relationship develops, the makeshift mother discovers her young guest has just as much to teach her about life. Heart-warming comedy, starring Whoopi Goldberg, Gerard Depardieu, Haley Joel Osment and Nancy Travis

The Wind That Shakes the Barley (15) 2006 Premiere. An ambitious Irish graduate is given a job in London, but the actions of the British Army soon cause him to reconsider the move. Deciding to put his beliefs before his career, he joins his brother in the Republican movement, but as the political landscape shifts the siblings discover their ideas of freedom are quite different. Ken Loach's gritty historical drama, set in 1920s Ireland, starring Cillian Murphy and Padraic Delaney (888)

Natural Born Killers (18) 1994 Stunning director's cut of Oliver Stone's controversial thriller, which mixes a range of techniques to bring this satirical tale to life in searing fashion. Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis play lovers who embark on a violent cross-country murder spree while fleeing from the police, becoming media darlings in the process. Adapted from a script by Quentin Tarantino, and co-starring Tommy Lee Jones, Robert Downey Jnr, Rodney Dangerfield and Tom Sizemore (888)

The Cat's Meow (12) 2001 Entertaining fact-based drama exploring the final days of American film producer Thomas Ince in 1924. The story is recounted from the perspective of novelist Elinor Glyn (Joanne Lumley), who recalls attending a glamorous society party thrown by media tycoon William Randolph Hearst aboard his yacht where the movie mogul would ultimately meet his doom. But how or why remain uncertain. The cast includes Kirsten Dunst as Hearst's lover, actress Marion Davies, and Eddie Izzard as comedy legend Charlie Chaplin

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