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Nihilistic 'Jubilee' Sought Fit to Celebrate Nothing

Much like his former colleague Ken Russell, Derek Jarman knew which buttons to press when seeking to outrage the UK's moral majority.

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Two 'Women in Love' Prove to Be a Force to Be Reckoned With

In spite of its somewhat obnoxious characters and episodic narrative structure, Ken Russell's Women in Love, adapted from D.H. Lawrence's book, works incredibly well.

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'A Month in the Country' Has a Pleasing Emotional Ambience

This is a thoughtfully scripted film that surreptitiously draws the viewer in before granting them an intensely emotional payoff.

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A Bit of 'British Noir'

There's a cool premise or two in this lot and, honestly, two fairly cracking pictures.

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'The Long Day Closes' Recollects Memory and Childhood in Constant Motion

One of cinema's most resonant and timeless works, Terence Davies's second film recreates childhood dreams and memories within which any viewer can situate themselves.

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Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death

While Wallace and Gromit are as likable and fun to watch as ever, the producers seem to have taken a cue from the titular wacky-inventors, and put the series on auto-pilot.

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