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Seeking figure-skating success, Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) instead finds notoriety.
An LAPD Internal Affairs officer and his partner investigate a corrupt cop.
Two Czech Resistance fighters plan to assassinate the mastermind of the Holocaust.
Adaptation of Graham Greene's thriller, relocated to 1960s Brighton. Starring Sam Riley.
Two 18th-century French aristocrats play a cruel game of seduction.
Octogenarian Joan Stanley is arrested and accused of having worked as a Soviet spy.
Dramatisation of an infamous police brutality incident from the 1967 Detroit race riots.
Colette writes her semi-autobiographical tales, which become a sensation.
Delroy is interrogated by two cops who try to force him to confess to his wife's murder.
A 13-year-old boy living in rural Malawi builds a windwill to save his family's farm.
A young musician struggles to make it as a top jazz drummer
Gwyneth Paltrow stars as Emma Woodhouse who considers herself an adept matchmaker.
An immortal Scottish clansman fights to become the ultimate ruler of humanity.
Teen gymnast Leigh’s cheerless life is upended by an unknown half-brother.
A former political activist goes on the run after a journalist discovers his identity.
A reporter learns about an experimental military unit with unparalleled psychic powers.
Michael Sheen stars as Brian Clough in the story of his 44 days in charge of Leeds United.
Biographical drama following the life of biologist and adventurer Jacques Cousteau.
Satirical drama directed by David Cronenberg. Julianne Moore stars as a troubled actress.
A British minister accidentally backs a war on TV and then tries to prevent it.
Bella (Jessica Brown Findlay) is threatened with eviction unless she tends to her garden.
Touching coming-of-age drama in which a troubled boy is visited by a tree monster.
Drama based on a true story. Two keepers clash, making their duties even more difficult.
Comedy drama about a hairdresser who dreams of rising above her drab urban existence.