Also showing: Hunky Dory, If Not Us, Who? andKhordorkovsky
Sunday 04 March 2012
Hunky Dory (109 mins, 15)
Set in South Wales during the summer of 1976, Hunky Dory stars Minnie Driver as a teacher who decides to stage a glam-rock musical of The Tempest – and within 10 minutes her absurdly talented, disciplined and good-looking protégés are ready for the West End. Sadly the film still has 100 tedious minutes to go.
If Not Us, Who? (124 mins, 15)
A swinging-Sixties youth drama with a difference, this episodic German biopic charts the bohemian lives of Andreas Baader and two of his cohorts as they progress from publishing pamphlets to fire-bombing department stores.
Khodorkovsky (116 mins, 12A)
Heavyweight documentary about a billionaire oligarch who was sent to a Siberian gulag by Vladimir Putin.
Film Leonardo DiCaprio hunts Tom Hardy
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- 3 Katie Hopkins reveals fear she will die during brain surgery to cure epilepsy
- 4 Dutch King Willem-Alexander declares the end of the welfare state
- 5 Michael B Jordan and Kate Mara handle excruciatingly awkward and offensive interview questions like pros
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