Railway Children Return among New Park films

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The Railway Children Return
The Railway Children Return

Brian and Charles is perhaps the unlikeliest buddy movie you will ever see. It is a comedy about a lonely man who builds a companion out of a washing machine and various spare parts. Charles turns out to be an AI with a thing for cabbages. Funny, poignant and defiantly ridiculous.

The Railway Children Return follows a group of children who are evacuated to a Yorkshire village during the Second World War, where they encounter a young soldier who, like them, is far away from home. Jenny Agutter and Sheridan Smith star.

King Creole was Elvis’s favourite role and arguably the pinnacle of his film career at the age of 23. Elvis plays a teenager named Danny Fisher, who is forced to drop out of school; drawn to trouble like a magnet he sees a way out as a club singer.

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