Your search by 'United Kingdom' identified 14 films
A pastel palette of DIY fashion and dancing comprise Adam Prince King’s stylish music video.
An unlikely friendship forms when two troubled girls, haunted by their past, forge a shared future by using art as an escape from the present in this magical-realist drama.
Gary Oldman stars in this thrilling WWII–era account of Winston Churchill’s first weeks in office. With the support of his wife of 31 years, Clemmie (Kristin Scott Thomas), the witty and brilliant Prime Minister must rally a nation to fight against all odds to change the course of world history.
A search for the truth behind a fishy tale.
Amorphous dancing down a hallway.
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Daniel, an ultra-orthodox Jew in northeast England, discovers that to become the person you always wanted to be, you might have to become someone else first.
“A trap-infused party anthem for an international audience, with a music video filmed in iconic southern California. It's like the perfect sunset rap party, set to Mura Masa's signature, colorful bounce.”—Kat Bein, Billboard
The more is anything but the merrier in this brutally funny satire of British society. Janet (Kristin Scott Thomas) throws a party whose every guest (Patricia Clarkson and Cillian Murphy among them) is worse than the last—all the better for the audience to relish Sally Potter’s zinger-rich dialogue.
In a harsh Arctic landscape, a hungry polar bear has to decide if a naive Canadian grizzly bear is food or friend.
A young woman uses technology as an easy respite from a tense family gathering. But as her gaze shifts from the screen, she discovers a deeper kind of connection.
Some things can only be understood with maturity. New light is shed on childhood cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British-born daughter speak as adults for the first time.
Joan’s efforts at teenage rebellion are frustrated by both her illness and her mother—until increasingly vivid dreams and an overzealous tutor inspire her to realize her independence.
Two unemployed actors—the acerbic, elegantly wasted Withnail (Richard E. Grant) and the anxiety-ridden "I" (Paul McGann)—escape London only to realize they've gone on holiday by mistake in English writer-director Bruce Robinson's hilarious, semi-autobiographical 1987 cult comedy.