New. 1/2. Historian Jonathan Foyle looks at the palaces, tapestries, music and paintings created in the Tudor king's name and questions whether the art he commissioned compensates for the religious treasures he would come to destroy. See panel. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel (page 93)
Second World War drama starring Jamel Debbouze, following north
African soldiers from French colonies, who fought for a country few of them had ever seen, and which denied them equal treatment. Amidst a campaign against the Nazis in Italy, troops from Algeria and Morocco also fight against prejudice from their own officers. In
French with subtitles. Review page 42.
Director Rachid Bouchareb (2006, 12)
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