75 Years of Casablanca Legacy

Sunday, 26th November marked the 75th anniversary of the premier of the classic film Casablanca. Many consider the film to be a timeless story of love, loss and redemption.

Classic Film Review / Breakfast at Tiffany's

Loosely based on Truman Capote's novella, Breakfast at Tiffany's is the story of a young, paid “party girl” living in New York who meets a young struggling writer when he moves in to her apartment building.

Classic Film / Casablanca (1942)

Rick owns a club in Casablanca. One day he discovers that the person he used to love, Ilsa, is in town with her husband Victor. Victor is a Czech resistance leader, chased by the Germans.

Classic Film / The Shining (1980)

Jack is a struggling alcoholic. He is a writer and a teacher. He goes to an isolated hotel as a caretaker in the heart of winter. The hotel has a dark past and contains dark spirits. The spirits start to possess Jack and he slowly turns insane. Alongside, his son Danny develops a psychic ability called the Shining that allows him to see spirits.

Classic Movie / Singin' In the Rain (1952)

In 1927, Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) and Lina Lamot (Jean Hagen) were one of the most popular onscreen duos. After the enormous success of the first talking picture The Jazz Singer, R.F.

Classic Movie Review / THE GIRL NEXT DOOR

An eighteen year-old high school nerd, over-achiever and highly ambitious Matthew plans to study in Georgetown University, but suddenly falls for his new neighbor, a nineteen year-old spontaneous blonde named Danielle.

Classic Film Review / Baksa Badal (1970)

Suitcases of Amita and psychiatrist Dr. Pratulya get exchanged when they are travelling from Calcutta to Siliguri.

12 Angry Men (1957)

Plot: “12 Angry Men” revolves around the jury's pondering in a capital murder case. An 18 year old boy from a local slum was arrested

Winter Sleep (2014)

Aydin (Haluk Bilginer) is a wealthy intellectual hotel owner of central Anatolia, thrusts his superiority in front of people around him.

Beauty of the Day (1967)

A young beautiful bored housewife of a doctor decides to devote her midweek afternoon into prostitution to feed her innumerable sexual yearnings. Her secret erotic lifestyle becomes her weakness in her marriage with her faithful husband who cannot fulfill her physical fantasies.

The Wind That Shakes The Barley (2006)

During the Irish War of Independence, two brothers team up to fight a guerrilla war against British forces.

Elephant (2003)

Several high school students go through their everyday routine as two others prepare for something more malicious.

The Pianist (2002)

A musician of Polish-German descendant struggles for survival in the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto of World War II.

The Son's Room (2001)

A psychoanalyst and his family goes through intense emotional trauma when their son passes away in a scuba diving accident.

Dancer in the Dark (2000)

A girl from Czech moves to America with her young son to save themselves from going blind.

Rosetta (1999)

The story of a young and impulsive woman living in despair with her alcoholic mother.

Eternity and a Day (1998)

A famous writer with very little time left to live meets a boy on the street, an illegal immigrant from Albania, and goes on a journey to take the boy home.

A Bit of Fry & Laurie (1989 – 1995)

A Bit of Fry & Laurie is a British sketch comedy series that ran from January 13, 1989 to April 2, 1995. The television comedy was written by and starred Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. The show ran for four seasons and had a total of 26 episodes, including a pilot episode spanning 36-minute in 1987.