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I Am Cuba (PG) 1964 The Cuban revolution is explored through the tales of a shamed woman, a university student, an ageing peasant and a poor family as they await the arrvial of Fidel Castro. Drama, starring Salvador Wood, Jose Gallardo and Raul Garcia

The Well (18) 1951 The son of a rich white man is suspected of being behind the disappearance of a five-year-old black girl, causing a near riot among the black community. When she is later found trapped in a well, the townspeople set aside their racial differences and unite to rescue her. Drama, starring Richard Rober, Henry Morgan, Barry Kelley and Christine Larson (888)

Forty Guns (PG) 1957 A despotic Arizona landowner, who uses a band of hired gunmen to dominate her territory, finds her position under threat by a determined US marshal who has renounced violence and is assigned to bring her reign of terror to an end. Western, starring Barbara Stanwyck, with Barry O'Sullivan and Dean Jagger (888)

Hanover Street (PG) 1979 An American bomber pilot falls in love with a married nurse in London during World War Two, and later finds himself accompanying her husband on a dangerous mission, leading to much soul-searching. Romantic drama, starring Harrison Ford, Lesley-Anne Down, Christopher Plummer, Alec McCowen and Patsy Kensit (888)

The Man Who Knew Too Little (12) 1997 A dim-witted American heads to London to visit his wealthy brother, who has arranged for him to participate in a murder mystery break. He gets mistaken for an assassin sent to kill a visiting Russian dignitary and is pursued by secret agents remaining convinced that it is all part of the show. Comedy, starring Bill Murray, Joanne Whalley and Peter Gallagher

Lost in Translation (15) 2003 A lonely and past-his-prime American actor travels to Japan to film a commercial. During a depressing night in the hotel bar, he meets a spirited younger woman and it is not long before the pair strike up a close friendship, exploring Tokyo and helping each other face the mundanities of everyday life. Comedy drama, starring Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson and Giovanni Ribisi (888)

Rushmore (15) 1999 A student causes chaos in an exclusive private school with his temperamental nature and things go from bad to worse when he develops a crush on a teacher. A wealthy but miserable businessman strikes up a friendship with the troubled teenager, but when he also falls for the same woman, all-out war is declared. Wes Anderson's comedy drama, starring Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Olivia Williams and Brian Cox (888)

If (15) 1968 A group of pupils at a boys' public school harbours rising discontent at society, that ultimately escalates into open rebellion and violence. Lindsay Anderson's surreal satirical drama, starring Malcolm McDowell, David Wood, Richard Warwick, Arthur Lowe and Graham Crowden. Anderson and McDowell would bring back iconoclastic hero Mick Travis for two subsequent movies, O Lucky Man! and Britannia Hospital

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