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9-5 Outside the City Walls

Kensington Park - Jenny Rollo

For the first time in a long time, I am not in a hurry. I no longer sweat when I arrive on the Tube platform, having power walked from my flat.  I no longer set my watch seven minutes ahead so that I am never late, and I no longer demolish people with my eyes as I walk down the street, daring them to get in my way.

A Serious Man

Michael Stuhlbarg - A Serious Man

It is 1967, and the world of physics professor Larry Gopnik, a simple Jewish man, is falling apart. His crazy brother with a bad neck infection is homeless and sleeping on his couch, and his wife has announced that she is in love with someone else.

Life Is A Dream

Dominic West in Life is a Dream

It's the Donmar's specialty - transforming a difficult, old play (this one written by Calderon in 1635) into a story that leaves us pondering the plot, caring about the principles, and wanting to know more.

The Truth About Trophy Wives

Trophy - Roy Mattappallil

Of course I can appreciate natural beauty, and yes, I applaud immaculate personal grooming, but I always wondered why some women were referred to as 'trophy wives'. But now it’s oh so clear, because they do actually deserve a medal.

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An intense 90-minute production of four interns working at an investment bank - ending with tragic consequences.