Top 3 Films of the Week

Drama Choice Of The Week

Radioactive (12A)

Rosamund Pike as Marie Curie in Radioactive, directed by Marjane Satrapi. Photo: Laurie Sparham. Copyright: StudioCanal. All Rights Reserved.

Polish physicist and chemist Marie Sklodowska meets fellow scientist Pierre Curie. He offers her a place in his laboratory to continue her ground-breaking research in the field of radioactivity. Marie and Pierre marry and the Curies make a series of scientific breakthroughs, which confirm Marie as the first woman to win a coveted Nobel Prize. The fallout from the Curies’ work has a devastating impact on the couple’s relationship and forces Marie to risk everything to change the face of science.

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Comedy Choice Of The Week

Dogs Don't Wear Pants (18)

Krista Kosonen stars in Dogs Don't Wear Pants directed by J-P Valkeapaa. Copyright: Anti-Worlds Releasing.

Gifted heart surgeon Juha holds himself partially responsible for the accidental drowning of his wife. Guilt and grief consume Juha, driving a wedge between the widower and his teenage daughter Elli. When the girl turns 16, Juha accompanies her to a salon where she intends to have her tongue pierced with a stud. During the procedure, the father innocently wanders downstairs into a sex dungeon run by mysterious dominatrix Mona. She is delighted to punish Juha on command.

Dogs Don’t Wear Pants will be available from March 20 to stream on demand from Curzon Home Cinema.

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Critic’s Choice Of The Week

The Truth (PG)

Juliette Binoche, Ethan Hawke, Catherine Deneuve and Clementine Grenier star in The Truth, directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda. Copyright: Curzon Artificial Eye. All Rights Reserved.

French cinema star Fabienne Dangeville is poised to release a memoir entitled The Truth as she prepares for her next film. Hitting the campaign trail to promote the book, Fabienne plays host to her screenwriter daughter Lumir and her actor husband Hank. They arrive from New York with their young daughter Charlotte. As Lumir reads her mother’s book, she is staggered by the extent of Fabienne’s deception, trotting out rose-tinted anecdotes that never happened to polish her public image.

The Truth will be available from March 20 to stream on demand from Curzon Home Cinema.

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Also Released This Week...

Jonas Kaufmann: My Vienna (U)

In this concert film, recorded live on the stage of the Wiener Konzerthaus, German tenor Jonas Kaufmann performs Viennese music from Die Fledermaus and Wienerblut by Strauss and The Merry Widow by Lehar as well as classic songs inspired by the city of Vienna.

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