Film Four & Film Four +1 29-06-09

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The Good Die Young (PG) 1954 A psychotic playboy persuades three equally troubled crooks to help rob a mail van. However, while the heist itself succeeds, violent tensions among the gang members threaten to ruin their triumph. Thriller, starring Laurence Harvey, Richard Basehart and Joan Collins (888)

A Kid for Two Farthings (U) 1955 A six-year-old boy from London's East End is fascinated by the stories of an elderly neighbour, who tells him about the strange powers of the mythical unicorn. The lad sets out to find such a magical beast, only to encounter a single-horned goat. Certain he has found the creature he was looking for, he takes it home and sets about trying to make wishes come true. Drama, with Jonathan Ashmore, Celia Johnson, Diana Dors and David Kossoff (888)

Gentleman's Agreement (U) 1947 A recently widowed seasoned journalist accepts an offer by a magazine publisher to produce a series of articles on anti-Semitism. In order to gain an insight into the subject, the writer decides to pose as a Jew, but isn't prepared for the torrent of racial abuse he receives. Drama, based on Laura Z Hobson's bestseller, and starring Gregory Peck. Dorothy McGuire, John Garfield and Celeste Holm

The Outcast (U) 1954 A cowboy is cheated out of an inheritance by his crooked uncle when he is branded a criminal and driven from his home town. Eight years later, he returns at the head of a band of gunslingers to claim his birthright and take revenge despite the distractions of a naive ranch girl and his enemy's fiancee. Western, starring John Derek, Jim Davis, Catherine McLeod and Joan Evans (888)

Eye of the Needle (PG) 1981 A German spy with information that could jeopardise the D-Day landings is stranded on a small Scottish island. While awaiting his rescue by U-boat, he poses as a writer and finds shelter in the home of a married couple and then proceeds to seduce the lonely and frustrated wife. World War Two espionage thriller, starring Donald Sutherland, Kate Nelligan and Christopher Cazenove. Based on the bestseller by Ken Follett (888)

The Departed (18) 2006 An undercover cop infiltrates the inner circle of a feared Boston mobster, unaware a senior fellow officer is an informant on the gangster's payroll. When the crooks and the police both realise there is a mole in their ranks, the two detectives are in sudden danger of getting caught and one of them has to be the first to expose the identity of the other man in time to save himself. Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning thriller, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson and Mark Wahlberg (888)

Shaft (18) 2000 A maverick detective vows to catch a racist criminal suspected of murdering an innocent black man. However, the only witness is reluctant to talk, and the killer comes from a very wealthy family, prompting the tough-talking cop to quit the force and bring in the culprit on his own terms. Remake of the classic blaxploitation thriller, starring Samuel L Jackson, Christian Bale and Toni Collette (888)

Highwaymen (18) 2004 Premiere. A man sets out on a mission of vengeance, vowing to hunt down and kill the murderous motorist responsible for the death of his beloved wife. Horror, starring Jim Caviezel, Rhona Mitra and Frankie Faison

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