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This Week's New Film Releases: Friday 25 April 2014

12a classification The Other Woman


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Genre: Comedy
Director: Nick Cassavetes
Running time: 109 mins

A female-led comedy in the vein of Bridesmaids and First Wives Club. Carly (Cameron Diaz) is a high-powered lawyer with a fabulous wardrobe. She always has a string of men on the go but when she meets handsome, charming Mark (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) she feels a connection and wonders if it might be time to commit to one person. When Mark has to cancel a date to deal with a burst pipe at his house, Carly decides to surprise him and dresses as a sexy plumber. But she is in for a shock as Mark's wife Kate (Leslie Mann) answers the door. Instead of fighting, the pair talk and realise that they have things in common. Determined to get revenge on Mark they unearth Amber (Kate Upton), another oblivious mistress. Amidst their heartache and devious schemes they cement their friendships.

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12a classification Transcendence


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Genre: Drama / Sci-fi / Action / Thriller
Director: Wally Pfister
Running time: 119 mins

Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is a world famous researcher in the field of Artificial Intelligence. He dreams of creating a sentient machine that combines the collective intelligence of all humanity with the complete range of emotions that humans feel. But not everyone shares his view on technology. A radical group known as RIFT (Revolutionary Independence From Technology) plot to disrupt his work, with a remorseless young woman named Bree (Kate Mara) leading the charge. During a public engagement Will is attacked and then hospitalised with radiation poisoning. His wife and research assistant Evelyn (Rebecca Hall) is devastated by his impending death and Will urges her to upload his consciousness onto a computer. But this could have deadly consequences.

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15 classification Exhibition


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Genre: Drama
Director: Joanna Hogg
Running time: 105 mins

A new drama from a singular British talent. Hogg's previous films Archipelago and Unrelated polarised viewers: you were either fascinated by her subtly engaging depictions of everyday relationships or bored to tears by the antics of a bunch of middle-class whingers. Exhibition once again treads a similar path, telling the story of two well-off artists who have decided to sell their house. They are played by Viv Albertine of the iconic '70s punk band The Slits and conceptual artist Liam Gillick, both acting for the first time. As they move through their spacious abode with its trendy iron staircase and floor-to-ceiling windows, the couple become fractious with each other about this momentous and seemingly unwanted change in their lives.

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12a classification Tracks


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Genre: Drama
Director: John Curran
Running time: 113 mins

An authentic, well-acted drama based on the remarkable true story of Robyn Davidson (Mia Wasikowska), a young woman who leaves her life in the city to make a solo trek through almost 2,000 miles of sprawling Australian desert in 1977. Robyn is a loner by nature and brings her dog Diggity and four unpredictable camels for company, but no other humans. After a quick lesson in how to handle her animals from a rancher, she sets off on her arduous journey. Apart from an old Aborigine man who helps her navigate some sacred land, she encounters few other people, and that's the way she likes it. But to be able to fund her trip Robyn has reluctantly agreed to let National Geographic document it, and so a photographer named Rick (Adam Driver) travels out to meet her every few weeks.

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15 classification The Informant


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Genre: Drama / Foreign Language / Crime
Director: Julian Leclerq
Running time: 116 mins

A tale of a man caught between shady drug dealers and corrupt customs officials, inspired by real events. In 1987, French expat Marc Duval (Gilles Lellouche) lives on the cape of Gibraltar with his wife and baby daughter. His home life is stable but his restaurant business is struggling and he is plagued with debt. A customs agent (Tahar Rahim) approaches Marc with a proposition as his restaurant is ideally placed for drug smugglers to conduct their dealings. Marc becomes an informant in exchange for a percentage of the money made from drug busts. He is successful at first and both French and British agents make use of his services. But as his targets get bigger so do the risks.

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