Mother’s Milk is a complicated family drama centring on the fate of a charming holiday orchard house in the south of France. Eleanor Melrose has decided to bequeath the family holiday home in Provence to an Irish shama instructor for its use as a New Age Foundation, rather than giving it to her son Patrick and his family. Over a long summer there, the film explores the relationships between the residents as Eleanor seems on the verge of death. Boringly.
Richard Curtis’ (Love Actually) The Boat That Rocked is set in 1966, a time where people could only listen to one hour a week of rock’n’roll on radio. Bill Nighy stars as Quentin, boss of Rock Radio – the pirate radio station which millions of music fans illegally tuned into for their fix of rock’n’roll.