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Romance

Our romance collection highlights the timeless eloquence of love on screen, from passionate love affairs and sweeping period dramas to quirky rom-coms and tales of longing, lust, and desire.

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  • The Rainbow

    Ken Russell returns to the author of one of his greatest triumphs, D.H Lawrence, for a prequel to Women in Love that showcases the singular director’s flair for romantic flamboyance and erotic power. Ursula (Sammi Davis) finds herself falling for her swimming and gym teacher Winifred (Amanda Dona...

  • A Kind of Loving

    Filmmaker John Schlesinger makes his feature film debut with this focused relationship drama starring Alan Bates and June Ritchie. Vic (Bates) is a Manchester draughtsman who has a sexual relationship with typist Ingrid (Ritchie) – she falls for him, but he is not in love with her. The two soon m...

  • Darling

    When she meets a hip television director, a young woman is swept into the world of London's lavish sixties nightlife. However, her lust to belong to the scene doesn't even begin to quench her thirst for fun, as she drifts from clique to clique looking for an unattainable sense of belonging.

  • All in Good Time

    A cancelled honeymoon forces Atul and Vinya to spend their first days of marriage at the home of the groom's overpowering parents. Their increasingly fraught attempts to juggle sex, marriage and the demands of family make for rich and energetic comedy, thanks to Ayub Khan-Din's deft Asian update ...

  • Billy Liar

    The era of the British New Wave came of age with John Schlesinger’s comedy, one of the enduring films from the movement that crucially combines humour and literary pedigree with its ‘kitchen sink’ realism.

  • Last September

    Residing over their declining Irish estate, an elderly couple (Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon) entertain a number of guests. Their niece (Keeley Hawes) enjoys flirtatious adventures with the invitees, including a British soldier (David Tennant). However, when a final guest arrives and begins to ...

  • Dust

    While attempting a robbery, Edge (Adrian Lester), a burglar, is held at gunpoint by an elderly woman and forced to hear a story. The story involves two brothers at the turn of the 20th Century, as they feud over a young woman. Ingeniously switching between two entwining stories from the past and ...

  • The Day the Earth Caught Fire

    When the USA and Russia simultaneously test atomic bombs, the Earth is knocked off its axis and set on a collision course with the Sun. Peter Stenning (Edward Judd), a washed-up Daily Express reporter, breaks the story and sets about investigating the government cover-up.

  • Stage Beauty

    Lively period drama set in 17th century London, based on the play by Jeffrey Hatcher and directed by Richard Eyre. Billy Crudup stars as Ned Kynaston, the brightest star in Restoration theatre. Since women are forbidden to appear on stage, the beautiful, brazen Ned is able to shine in all the gre...

  • Flashbacks of a Fool

    Joe Scott (Daniel Craig) has it all, an ageing Hollywood star yes, but one able to live a hedonistic lifestyle with no care for anyone but himself. However, when his childhood best friend, Boots (Max Deacon), passes away, Joe must confront his past, and the demons that lurk therein.