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BFI South­bank

1 Oct: Mag­i­cal Girl. A job­less man treads a path of crime to ful­fil his daugh­ter’s last wish, en­coun­ter­ing some trou­bled char­ac­ters along the way. 1 Oct: Dr Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Wor­ry­ing and Love the Bomb. Peter Sell­ers plays three roles in Kubrick’s night­mar­ishly funny film. 1 Oct: The Shin­ing. Stan­ley Kubrick’s adap­ta­tion of Stephen King’s novel is one of Jack Ni­chol­son’s best roles. 2 Oct: La Belle et la Bête. Jean Cocteau brings his po­etic flair and cre­ative vi­sion to the clas­sic fairy tale. 2 Oct: A Clock­work Or­ange. Delin­quent droogs go on a ram­page of crime and vi­o­lence in Stan­ley Kubrick’s cult clas­sic. 2 Oct: Eyes Wide Shut. Stan­ley Kubrick’s fi­nal film stars Tom Cruise and Ni­cole Kid­man as a cou­ple ex­plor­ing other temp­ta­tions. 2 Oct: Posse. Kirk Dou­glas di­rects and stars in this western. 3 Oct: The Bridge on the River Kwai. David Lean casts Alec Guin­ness as a Bri­tish colonel in a Japanese pris­onerof-war camp. 3 Oct: The Heroes of Tele­mark. War film fol­low­ing a resistance leader and his team as they at­tempt to sab­o­tage the Nazis. 4 Oct: Seven Days in May. Burt Lan­caster, Kirk Dou­glas and Ava Gard­ner star in this po­lit­i­cal con­spir­acy thriller. 4 Oct: Two Weeks in An­other Town. This story of a strug­gling ac­tor des­per­ate for a come­back has a su­perb cast in­clud­ing Kirk Dou­glas, Ed­ward G Robin­son and Cyd Charisse. 29 Oct: Rocky Hor­ror Pic­ture Show/Shock Treat­ment. Live per­form­ers will shadow the on-screen ac­tion at a spe­cial show­ing of the cult mu­si­cals. BFI South­bank, Belvedere Rd, SE1 8XT. T: 0207928 3232. E8. Sta­tion: Water­loo.

The Lounge at ODEON White­leys

Watch films sit­ting on com­fort­able leather seats in the in­ti­mate screen­ing rooms, while din­ing on an ex­clu­sive menu from chef Row­ley Leigh. The food is served at your seat. Please check pro­gramme for films.­elounge. White­leys of Bayswa­ter, Queensway, W2 4YL. T: 0871-2244 007. Off map. Sta­tion: Queensway.

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