Rose-Lynn Harlan is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek. Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer. Her mum Marion has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn’s Nashville nonsense. Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house.
A comedy-drama about mothers and daughters, dreams and reality and three chords and the truth.
The incredible true story of legendary dancer Rudolf Nureyev (played by Oleg Ivenko) is brought vividly to life by actor-director Ralph Fiennes and BAFTA-winning screenwriter David Hare. From Nureyev’s poverty-stricken childhood in the Soviety city of Ufa, to his blossoming as a student dancer in Leningrad, to his nail-biting escape from the KGB and defection to the West at the height of the Cold War, The White Crow is a gripping, revelatory look at a unique artist who transformed the world of ballet forever.
A spiky coming-of-age movie steeped in the sights, sounds and spirit of ’90s Los Angeles, MID90s follows Stevie, a 13-year-old outcast who spends his summer navigating his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.
Jonah Hill’s time capsule of a directorial debut is an ambitious and authentic portrayal of youthful rebellion, led by a breakout performance from Suljic as Stevie and a glorious soundtrack of tunes from the era.
Paying homage to the classic Western, director Jacques Audiard tells the story of Eli (Reilly) and Charlie (Phoenix) Sisters, a couple of fraternal assassins in the Old West underworld of the 1850s. The pair are travelling from Oregon to California to find a chemist (Riz Ahmed) who has developed a substance that makes gold easy to spot on the riverbed. Their mission is to finish him off, having extracted the formula first. Often hilariously ribald, with its share of blood, guts, saloons and shootouts, The Sisters Brothers will also surprise you with its tenderness. Based on the novel by Patrick deWitt.