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See This - London to Brighton

Review of the debut film by Paul Andrew Williams, properly unpleasant and intensely dramatic drama mostly set on the south coast of Britain

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See This - Police Story

There are plenty of people who think of Jackie Chan as a martial artist who has squandered his gifts. Even they acknowledge the brilliance of Police Story,

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See This - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

An appreciation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Walt Disney's revolutionary feature from 1937 which turned his company into what it is today.

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See This - Persuasion

A recommendation to see Jane Austen's most romantic story, directed by Roger Michell, en route to directing Notting Hill. Amanda Root and Ciarán Hinds star

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See This - The 39 Steps

There are several versions of John Buchan’s novel. The other two notable versions have Kenneth More and Robert Powell in the lead. But this one is the best.

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See This - The Spy Who Came In from the Cold

Based on the breakthrough novel by former spy John Le Carré, shot in black and white to suggest that espionage is unglamorous, dirty work and starring a

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See This - Song of Summer: Frederick Delius

Russell believed it to be his best work and it’s tempting to see it as at least partly an expression of his own persona – Delius the romantic, impetuous

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See This - Jazz On A Summer’s Day

Back when cats wore hats, stills photographer Bert Stern, fresh from his famous shoot with Marilyn Monroe in the buff, went off to the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival and made a film about Louis Armstrong, Thelonious Monk, Georage Shearing, Dinah Washington, Anita O’Day, Mahalia Jackson, Jack Teagarden,

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See This - Nosferatu

Murnau's 1922 silent expressionist classic is one of movie-making defining moments. It borrowed its story wholesale from Bram Stoker's Dracula, gave it the

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