Waking Ned Devine and Paris Texas are now available for streaming online via the Labia Home Screen. Sit back and relax watching at home!
Waking Ned Devine
An international comedy success about Ned Devine who dies from shock after winning the lottery. His two long-time friends discover the body and agree that Ned would want them to benefit from his good luck. They embark upon an outrageous scheme to claim the ticket; but first they have to get the village to go along with their plan…
UK 1998, 88 mins, PGLN
Directed: Kirk Jones Starring: David Kelly, Ian Bannen, Fionnula Flanagan, James Nesbitt, Susan Lynch.
Winner of 8 Awards including Best Feature at the New York Comedy Film Festival.
How far would you go to win a fortune?
As charming asThe Full Monty… hilarious, delightful. New York Times.
• A heart-warming comedy … feel-good humour 84% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.
• Completely delightful movie. Houston Chronicle.
• Irresistibly charming. Film4.
Travis a disheveled man wanders out of the desert, and seems to have no idea who he is. A stranger manages to contact his brother and Travis is awkwardly reunited with his sibling. Travis who has been missing for four years then connects with his son and must finally confront his wife to try and put his life back together.
Germany/France/UK 1984, 146 mins, 13NL
Director: Wim Wenders. Starring: Harry Dean Stanton, Nastassja Kinski, Sam Shepard, Hunter Carson, Dean Stockwell.
Music by Ry Cooder.
Winner of 3 Awards, including the Golden Palm, at Cannes.
One of the most acclaimed films of the decade!
A place for dreams. A place for heartbreak. A place to pick up the pieces.
● A quiet yet deeply moving kind of Western, Paris, Texas captures a place and people like never
before. 97% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.
● It is true, deep and brilliant with miraculous performances. Roger Ebert.
● A sublime vision. Stream on Demand.
● Enigmatic and fascinating. 5/5 Empire.
● Heartbreaking masterpiece. Rolling Stone.
● Breathtaking cinematography by Robby Muller. Variety.
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