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Mitu Misra’s de­but, Lies We Tell (15A)

fea­tures Har­vey Kei­tel as a bil­lion­aire, Demi, who, barely one scene in, keels over from a heart attack. Right-hand man Don­ald (Gabriel Byrne) moves in to deep-clean the mar­ried Demi’s love nest, where he meets the mistress, Am­ber (Sibylla Deen, right). When her life is threat­ened by gang­sters, Don­ald steps up to the plate. In Pro­fes­sor Marston And The Won­der Women (15A) Luke Evans plays Marston, Rebecca Hall his psy­chol­o­gist wife El­iz­a­beth, and Bella Heath­cote their as­sis­tant. They set about de­vel­op­ing a lie-de­tec­tor, be­fore, ahem, ly­ing down in bed – all three of them. Dis­missed from cam­pus, they set up home to­gether and Marston comes up with the idea for Won­der Wo­man. Sound weird? It’s all true. Don’t miss Gumshoe (12A) Stephen Frears’s de­but pic­ture, in which Al­bert Fin­ney plays a bingo-teller who rein­vents him­self as a Bog­art-style de­tec­tive.

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