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.
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 ...
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.
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.
Saraband for Dead Lovers
This agreeably murky tale of court intrigue, corruption and sexual manipulation is a rare excursion for Ealing into historical drama. Peter Bull and Joan Greenwood are perfectly cast as the dissolute Prince George-Louis and his reluctant bride Sophie Dorothea. Shooting in colour for the first tim...