Apocalypse Now (NFT, tomorrow, 8.5pm)
Farming Vietnam through Conrad's Heart of Darkness, Francis Coppola's jungle phantasmagoria trails Martin Sheen up river in search of Marlon Brando's gone-native US colonel.
Pickpocket (Cine Lumiere, Wed, 6.30pm)
More from Bresson - a metaphysical crime movie that's hard, harsh and humane in about equal doses. Bresson devotee Paul Schrader lifted its style when writing his script for Taxi Driver.
Annie Hall (NFT, tonight, 6.20pm)
Annie Hall's loose-limbed meditation on modern-day romance effectively sealed Woody Allen's reputation as Manhattan's comic-laureate.
Bullitt (Ritzy, tomorrow, 4.55pm)
The Steve McQueen pic par-excellence begins at full-throttle and then refuses to put on the brakes. So off we skid around the rollercoaster slopes of San Francisco for an adrenalised cop thriller often mimicked, seldom equalled.
Three Colours Trilogy (Richmond Filmhouse, tomorrow, .5pm, 3.45pm and 6.5pm)
Kieslowski's revered trio of French-flag themed features in one elongated stretch. Blue is a portentous drama, White a mordant comedy and Red is the best of the lot.Reuse content