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Films
 

A Royal Affair

Exquisite costumes, opulent interiors and exteriors, adultery, jealously, loss and love.
 
 
Films
 

Polisse

While some might connect Polisse to the spreading European trend in dark crime thrillers, Maïwenn’s film is an entirely different beast to the likes of The Killing and Baran Bo Odar’s The Silence.
 

 
Films
 

ill Manors

From rhyme to soul to cinema, Plan B, aka Ben Drew, is turning into an artist with a conscious and far-reaching talent.
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Shame DVD

A subtle smile, a charm offensive or an exchange of come to bed eyes is all it takes for sex addict Brandon to subtly reel in his prey, but it’s not the sexual act Director Steve McQueen is interested in with his second feature...
 

 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Into The Abyss

“Before we get started I just want to say I don’t necessarily have to like you, but I respect you as a human being,”
 
 
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Wild Bill

One of the first things that should be said about British actor Dexter Fletcher’s debut flick Wild Bill is: it is not a throw-away British gangster movie, or indeed really a gangster movie at all.
 

 
Films
 

Now Is Good

This teenage tearjerker starring two of Hollywood’s future mega-stars, Dakota Fanning and Jeremy Irvine, meddles with your expectations from the start.
 
 
Features
 

Gay Romance

This week sees the release of Weekend – a boy-meets- boy love story. FilmJuice takes a look at the top ten gay love stories on film.
 

 
Features
 

Director And Cast

Picked for the London Film Festival and encompassing a cast of up-and-coming British talent, Sket is British director Nirpal Bhoga’s debut feature length film, which delves in to the world of female gang culture in London.
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Sket

Gangs, violence and gangsters are not new territory for British Independent film; we’ve seen it covered numerous times, from the likes of excellent films such Football Factory and Bullit Boy, through to comedy car crashes such ...