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Tootsie (1982)
Director: Sydney Pollack
Dustin Hoffman makes a great statement for feminism by dressing up as a woman and realising that they don't have a great time in the entertainment industry. Read Review

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Goldfinger (1964)
Director: Guy Hamilton
Goldfinger gets Sean Connery's 007 away from the Cold War to play with gonad-targeted lasers, gilded girls, mad millionaires, killer bowler hats and Honor Blackman's Pussy. Read Review

Don't Look Now (1973)
Director: Nic Roeg
Arty, scary, sexy. An air of dread, unrelieved by the famous sex scene, paid off with one of the scariest serial killers in cinema. Read Review

Partie De Campagne (1936)
Director: Jean Renoir
A brief feature, abandoned by Jean Renoir during the 1930s but revisited and edited together after the War — a trifle, perfectly played and with a lovely, riverside feel. Renoir claimed he made it solely to take close-ups of lead actress Sylvia Bataille.

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The Searchers (1956)
Director: John Ford
John Wayne’s magnificent and terrifying obsession is to track down his kidnapped niece. Ford's is to turn the Western into American poetry. Read Review

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