Chichester Cinema At New Park

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Venue name: Chichester Cinema At New Park
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Address: New Park Centre
New Park Road
Chichester
PO19 7XY
Transport: BR: Chichester
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  • Acclaimed as the first British film to treat sex seriously - i.e. to show it as enjoyable rather than sinful - and as one of the first to show the North of England as it 'really was'. In retrospect, this adaptation of John Braine's Bradford-set no...
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  • Time Out says
    • 5 out of 5 stars
    Winner of Best Film at France’s César awards, holding off stiff competition from ‘The Class’ and ‘I’ve Loved You So Long’, this utterly beguiling biopic about a cleaning lady with the artistic gifts of a Van Gogh is just a bit special. The vibrant...
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  • Enjoyable but less resonant than his earlier work, Wang's third 'above-ground' film centres on two contrasted 17-year-olds in present-day Beijing. Country kid Guei (Cui), slow-witted and awesomely stubborn, is a newly arrived economic migrant who ...
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  • Having (inevitably) had ‘The Circle’ and ‘Crimson Gold’ banned in Iran, Jafar Panahi again displays disdain for his censors with a righteously provocative critique of the Islamic Republic’s oppressive treatment of women. Prepared in advance and s...
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  • Another subtle, deceptively simple and richly rewarding work of genius from Kiarostami, this Venice prizewinner opens on a long shot of a car negotiating a dusty mountain road, with driver and passengers arguing about where they are. Those who hav...
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  • Poliakoff's second film as a director marks a distinct change in tone from his rather more languid earlier pieces. It begins in a café full of signals of decay - a ketchup squirter has a rotten tooth inside - and moves forward in time and affluenc...
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  • An old biddy campaigns against cabbage in an old folk's home. Not exactly The Shawshank Redemption, but also not quite as unpromising as it might first appear. After the death of her oppressive husband, Mrs Caldicot (Collins in a hand-tailored rol...
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  • Zhang's Berlin Special Jury Prize-winner sees the present in grey, dispiriting monochrome, but flashes back to the politically fraught 1950s in rapturous colour - questionably suggesting that the Chinese were tougher, truer and more sincere in the...
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  • Time Out says
    • 3 out of 5 stars
    If you didn’t see Timur Bekmambetov’s previous fantasy movie, ‘Night Watch’ (‘Nochnoy Dozor’), the dense mythology of this diurnal sequel may defeat you. Madly over-plotted, with overlapping time frames and puzzling sub-plots, it makes no concessi...
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  • Time Out says
    • 4 out of 5 stars
    Following on the heels of his impressive, more recent war movie, ‘Assembly’, this dazzlingly designed, mega-budget, period costumer offers further proof of Feng’s increasing versatility, expansive vision and bravura technique. But, although it isn...
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