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18:00 at Picturehouse Central
Alice, a single mother, is a dedicated senior plant breeder at a corporation engaged in developing new species. Against company policy, she takes one home as a gift for her teenage son, Joe.

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16:30 at Picturehouse Central
An eye-opening documentary throwing light on the dark side of modern technology waste in Sodom, Ghana.

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18:40 at Greenwich Picturehouse
A successful German doctor fulfils a long-held dream to sail across the Atlantic Ocean. She is prepared for anything – at least she thinks she is...

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16:00 at Picturehouse Central
A beautifully crafted period drama telling the true story of Mademoiselle Paradis, a blind but remarkable pianist and the extraordinary physician trying to restore her sight.

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18:40 at Picturehouse Central
Marie Kreutzer's psychological thriller plays with obsession and psychological disorders as it takes a looks at the incompatible professional and private lives of a female business consultant expert.

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19:30 at Peckham Levels
Terry Zwigoff's dark Christmas comedy starring Billy Bob Thornton as a washed-up, cynical, wise-cracking shopping-mall Santa, with a dislike of kids, who can't help but be more naughty than nice.

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21:00 at A Secret Location...
Based on 100 true stories, this is the explosive and emotionally gripping new film from satirical mastermind Chris Morris (Four Lions, Brass Eye).

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17:00 at BFI Southbank
Epic, sensational and breathtakingly stylish, Fellini's La Dolce Vita is an era-defining fresco of life among the glitterati in early 1960s Rome.

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18:45 at Curzon Soho
Fiction bleeds into biography as we find ourselves behind the closed doors of London’s cultural melting pot.

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19:00 at ICA
A programme of shorts which journey through VRChat, inner city London and colonial histories to expand our understanding of how we can connect to others and ourselves.

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