Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge

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Venue name: Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge
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Address: 38-39 St Andrew's Street
Cambridge
CB2 3AR
Price: £5-£8
  • A delightfully offbeat road movie in which the oddball director Andrew Kötting, his grandmother Gladys, and his daughter Eden, who has learning difficulties and communicates by sign language, travel around the coast of Britain. If the camerawork o...
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  • A passable 'make-over' movie from the director of Pretty Woman, this introduces Hathaway as a San Francisco schoolgirl shocked to hear that she's in line for the throne of Genovia. It's fast track Pygmalion time, as Queen Renaldi, her new royal gr...
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  • Based on Leonid Andreyev's 1914 play, which prefigures Beckett and the Absurd in expressing the angst of pre-Revolutionary Russia, He Who Gets Slapped is about a scientist shattered to discover that his patron has appropriated not only his researc...
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  • This begins with an exit – with a man jumping through a seedy bar window at dawn. This is the suicidal ‘60s poet Rafal Wojaczek as admirably played by non-professional actor and also Polish poet Siwczyk. Part deathwish sleepwalker, part Zbigniew C...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    Anyone who complained that the previous episode in the ‘Harry Potter’ saga felt too much like scene-setting for the final showdown will be equally disappointed with ‘Deathly Hallows Part 1’. A film with no beginning and no end but a whole lot of e...
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  • Time Out says
    • 4 out of 5 stars
    Talk about transcending your roots. In ten short years (and eight rather long instalments), the Harry Potter series has gone from harmless, derivative boarding-school hi-jinks aimed squarely at bookish pre-teens to Julie Walters calling Helena Bon...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    Run, Robert, run: The talented Mr. Redford has made an art form out of going on the lam, whether it’s from frontier superposses (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid), Southern lawmen (The Chase), corporate overlords (The Electric Horseman) or intel...
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