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AGE OF CONSENT
James Mason, Helen Mirren, Jack Macgowran. From British director Michael Powell ("Black Narcissus") comes this film loosely based on the life of the controversial Australian artist Norman Lindsay. A jaded painter heads Down Under seeking to revitalize his creative soul. Featuring Helen Mirren's film debut. (1969) (106min)

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ARTHUR (2011)
Russell Brand, Helen Mirren, Jennifer Garner. A re-make of the comedy about a lovable billionaire who relies on his limitless fortune and, in this version, on his lifelong nanny to get by and keep him out of trouble. He now must choose between an arranged marriage or his real true love. (2011) (110min)

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BRIGHTON ROCK
Sam Riley, John Hurt, Helen Mirren. British gangster thriller based on the Graham Greene novel about a desperate youth who is hell-bent on climbing his way up through the ranks of organized crime in 1964 England. (2011) (111min)

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CALIGULA
Malcolm McDowell, John Gielgud, Peter O'Toole, Helen Mirren. The decadence of ancient Rome during the time of its maddest emperor. Shocking, intense fare from Penthouse's Bob Guccione. (1980) (105 min.)

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HELEN MIRREN AT THE BBC: THE CHANGELING (1974)
Helen Mirren, Stanley Baker, Brian Cox. This BBC production features Dame Helen Mirren in one of her first breakout performances. She plays a betrothed woman who finds herself in love with a nobleman so she engages the services of a villainous servant to murder her betrothed. (1974) (105min)

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CLEARING
Robert Redford, Helen Mirren, Willem Dafoe. When a business tycoon is kidnapped and held for ransom his well-ordered life is turned upside down as his wife works frantically with the FBI to find him. (2004) (91min)

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THE COOK, THE THIEF, HIS WIFE AND HER LOVER
Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren, Alan Howard. Step into a decadent world of power, sex, revenge and murder, in this shocking and very controversial film. The Les Hollandais restaurant is the place. Michael, Albert, Georgina and Richard are the players in this treat for your senses. CC (1990) (100 min.)

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COMING THROUGH
Kenneth Branagh, Helen Mirren, Alison Steadman. The biography of D.H. Lawrence and his love for the beautiful Frieda Von Richthofen (1993) (80 min.)

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COUSIN BETTE (1971)
Margaret Tyzack, Helen Mirren, Colin Baker. A Masterpiece Theatre drama based upon Balzac's novel about a plain and poor young spinster whose wealthy cousin steals away her only treasure: a young sculptor she had taken under her wing. (1971) (220min)

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CRITICAL CARE
James Spader, Kyra Sedgwick, Helen Mirren. As a noble resident and his supervisor squabble over the rights and benefits of keeping a vegetable cash cow alive, the daughters of the comatose patient bicker over their father's life and fortune. (1997) (109 min.)

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DR.BETHUNE
Donald Sutherland, Helen Mirren, Helen Shaver. Shot on location in Canada, Spain and China, this is the saga of the life of Canadian doctor Norman Bethune. He earned the status of hero in China during Mao Tse-tung's march to revolution. Helen Shaver plays the missionary who fell under his spell. (1993) (115 min.)

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EXCALIBUR
Nicol Williamson, Nigel Terry, Helen Mirren. The legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, as directed by John Boorman. Swords clash, Lady Guinevere loses her heart to Sir Lancelot and Williamson works his magic as a memorable Merlin. (1981) (141 min.)

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