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See This - The Matrix

Who has not seen The Matrix? It’s the Gone with the Wind and Star Wars of our era, a phantasmagoria in black leather open to multiple interpretation

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See This - Colonel Redl

Colonel Redl is an adaptation of John Osborne’s play A Patriot for Me and charts the rise and fall of a soldier with opportunism where principles should be. It’s

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See This - C’était un Rendezvous

a single shot from a slow-slung camera, as the car it’s attached to hurtles through the streets of Paris at dawn, urgently changing up and down the gears

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See This - McCabe And Mrs Miller

As Ang Lee now redefines every genre he touches, so did Robert Altman three and more decades ago. Here’s his remodelling of the western, an “anti-western”

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See This - Human Traffic

A pill-popping tale of a mad weekend among McJobbers in Cardiff, Wales, it’s a film unashamed to bring us drug-taking as it is experienced by those who love it

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See This - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

He (Chow Yun-Fat) loves her (Michelle Yeoh); she loves him, but they cannot be together until the fabled jade sword has been returned to its rightful

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See This - The Thin Red Line

In the mid-1990s it was more or less universally accepted that Terrence Malick had given up making films. He’d made Badlands in 1973 and Days of Heaven in

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See This - Cape Fear

It’s compare and contrast time. Max Cady, a psychopath recently out of stir after a long stretch for rape, sets out to terrorise lawyer Sam Bowden who he

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See This - King of New York

Made when Christopher Walken was in his pomp, here he plays the self-styled King, a classically ruthless gang boss with a strangely benevolent streak

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