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1. Topsy-Turvy (1999)

R | 160 min | Biography, Comedy, Drama

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After Gilbert and Sullivan's latest play is critically panned, the frustrated team threatens to disband until it is inspired to write the masterpiece "The Mikado."

Writer: Mike Leigh | Director: Mike Leigh | Stars: Jim Broadbent, Allan Corduner, Dexter Fletcher, Sukie Smith

2. Notes Towards an African Orestes (1970)

65 min | Documentary

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The director presents takes and scenes filmed on location in Africa for a film-that-never-was, a black Oresteia.

Writer: Pier Paolo Pasolini | Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini | Stars: Gato Barbieri, Donald F. Moye, Marcello Melis, Yvonne Murray

3. The Real Place (2009)

5 min | Documentary, Animation, Short

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An animated poetic film celebrating the life and spirit of playwright and librettist John Murrell.

Writer: Blake Brooker | Director: Cam Christiansen | Stars: Denise Clarke, Micheal Green, Maureen Hodgan, John Murrell

4. Han Jiang Guan (1961)

Drama, Musical

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Writer: Yuen-Man Lee | Director: Ji Zhu | Stars: Yim-Hing Law, So-Siu Tong, Connie Chan, Pei-Mui Chan

5. Inspector Morse (1987–2000)
Episode: Masonic Mysteries (1990)

104 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery

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Morse finds himself framed for murder by an unknown mastermind and suspended as Lewis is seconded to DCI Bottomley, who is in charge of the case.

Writers: Colin Dexter, Julian Mitchell | Director: Danny Boyle | Stars: John Thaw, Kevin Whately, Madelaine Newton, Ian McDiarmid