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THE IMITATION GAME / CURZON

“It’s the crooked hand of death itself,” observes their commanding officer Alastair Denniston (Charles Dance). One of the team, however, stares at the machine in awe. “It’s beautiful,” he says. His name is Alan Turing.

WINTER SLEEP / CURZON

The tourist off-season has always been a particularly ripe setting for film makers telling stories about anguished protagonists. Nicolas Roeg’s sublime Don’t Look Now (1973) saw Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie stumble around a deserted, echoing Venice, lost in grief, while Jack Nicholson’s plunge into madness in The Shining(1980)