Film Four & Film Four +1 04-02-09


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(last updated Wed 04 Feb 2009, 05:25 GMT)


1.00pm
Rage at Dawn (U) 1955 Three notorious outlaw brothers terrorise Indiana, using a small town as a safe haven and paying off local officials to turn a blind eye. A detective poses as a fellow bandit to set a trap for them, but the case is complicated when he falls for their sister. Western, starring Randolph Scott, Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers and J Carroll Naish (888)

2.45pm
Johnny Come Lately (PG) 1943 A travelling journalist turns up in a small town riddled with political corruption, and agrees to help the elderly editor of the local newspaper to expose the crooks behind it. All of his investigations lead nowhere, until a wealthy widow with a shady past reveals the secret behind a phoney orphans' fund. Crime drama, starring James Cagney, Grace George and Marjorie Main (888)

4.40pm
Malta Story (U) 1953 Drama paying tribute to the defenders and the people of the besieged isle of Malta during World War Two, focusing on the crucial role played by a reconnaissance pilot in the island's defence. Starring Alec Guinness, Anthony Steel, Jack Hawkins, Muriel Pavlow and Flora Robson (888)

6.45pm
David Fincher on Benjamin Button Director David Fincher discusses the creative decisions and technical challenges of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett

6.55pm
Never Been Kissed (12) 1999 A clumsy twentysomething journalist is given an assignment calling for her to pose as a high-school student. However, the job brings memories of her awkward, embarrassing younger days flooding back, leaving her struggling to forget the past and confidently adopt the facade of a calm and sophisticated young lady. Unashamedly perky comedy, starring Drew Barrymore, David Arquette, Michael Vartan and Leelee Sobieski

9.00pm
Men of Honor (15) 2000 A US Navy recruit resolves to beat racism and become the force's first black diver. However, his superior officers are determined to see him fail, and when he loses a leg, his goal seems impossible until he receives help from an unexpected source. Fact-based drama, starring Cuba Gooding Jr, Robert De Niro, Charlize Theron and Hal Holbrook (888)

11.25pm
Secretary (18) 2002 A shy and lonely woman who often indulges in self-harm is released from a mental hospital and returns to her Florida home town, where she takes a job as a secretary. She soon embarks on a sadomasochistic relationship with her domineering boss that has a dramatic effect on both their lives. Steven Shainberg's controversial comedy drama stars Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Spader, Lesley Ann Warren and Stephen McHattie (888)

1.35am
Live Flesh (18) 1997 Internationally acclaimed Spanish director Pedro Almodovar's sex comedy following the antics of three lovers a beautiful woman, her paralysed husband and a love-struck man intent on driving a wedge between them. Javier Bardem, Francesca Neri, Liberto Rabal and Penelope Cruz star

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