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THE AGE OF INNOCENCE
Michelle Pfeiffer, Winona Ryder, Daniel Day-Lewis. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Edith Wharton, this is the story of an attorney who secretly longs for a more passionate life. He's resigned himself to a complacent existence ... until Countess Ellen Olenska shows up! It's 1870s scandal! CC. (1993) (138 min.)

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BALLAD OF JACK AND ROSE
Daniel Day-Lewis, Catherine Keener, Camilla Belle. Charming coming of age story about a 16 year old girl who lives alone on a secluded East coast island with her father, Daniel Day-Lewis, until he invites his girlfriend and her sons to come live with them. (2004) (111 min)

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THE BOXER
Daniel Day-Lewis, Emily Watson, Brian Cox, Ken Stott. When Danny, a convicted IRA member, returns home after a 14-year prison sentence and hopes to reclaim his former !over, frustration erupts for those who are close to him. Nominated for three Golden Globe Awards. CC (1997) (110 min.)

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THE CRUCIBLE
Daniel Day-Lewis, Winona Ryder, Paul Scofield, Joan Allen. A film based on the historical accounts of 17th-century Massachusetts, where 19 Puritans were hanged for witchcraft after being accused by young girls. An excellent story of what happens when mass hysteria and prejudice infect society. (1996) (115 min.)

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DANGEROUS CORNER
Daniel Day-Lewis, Susan Fleetwood. A BBC adaptation of a classic thriller by J.B. Priestly. A publishing executive gathers a coterie of high society friends at his country estate where a shocking revelation is made. (1983)

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GANGS OF NEW YORK
Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis, Cameron Diaz. Mutliple Oscar nominations for this intense drama about Irish immigrants in mid-nineteenth century New York and the resistance they face from the "natives." (2002) (167min)

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HOW MANY MILES TO BABYLON?
Daniel Day-Lewis, Christopher Fairbank. English war drama of two friends with class differences who, disillusioned by their experiences in WWI, end up facing each other across a firing squad after one of them is court-martialed for desertion (1980) (106 min.)

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HOW MANY MILES TO BABYLON?
Daniel Day-Lewis, Sian Phillips, Christopher Fairbank. A BBC film about two Irish soldiers, one Catholic and one Protestant, who find their friendship tested when they experience the harsh realities of WWI. (1982)

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IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER
Daniel Day-Lewis, Emma Thompson, Pete Postlethwaite. Based on Gerry Conlon's autobiographical novel, Proved Innocent, this is the story of Conlon and the Guildford Four, imprisoned for fifteen yeas before the injustice was righted. Received 7 Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture! CC (1993) (133 min.)

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THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS
Daniel Day-Lewis, Madeleine Stowe, Wes Studi, Russell Means. A rugged outdoorsman is caught up in the friction between the English and the French, and between rival Indian tribes in colonial America. Assigned to protect the daughters of a British general, Hawkeye and his charges are soon threatened from all sides. CC. (1992) (114 min.)

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LINCOLN
Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Fields, Tommy Lee Jones. Steven Spielberg ("Schindler's List,""Saving Private Ryan") directed this Oscar-nominated historical drama with a screenplay by award-winning playwright Tony Kushner ("Angels in America"). (2012) (150min)

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MY LEFT FOOT
Daniel Day-Lewis, Brenda Fricker, Ruth McCabe. This powerful, warm and romantic story is based on the life and times of Irish painter and writer Christy Brown, who was born with cerebral patsy. It's a film that's a triumph of the human spirit. Lewis's portrayal won him the Oscar for Best Actor. CC (1989) (103 min.)

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