This week we take you on a late night cinematic journey from the interwoven lives of Los Angeleans to the internal conflict of a broken man, from greed to fascism and anarchy in this weeks top 5 films on TV.
A sprawling ensemble cast depict the slight separations and unknown conductivities of an entire city in Robert Altman’s jazz scored pastiche piece SHORT CUTS at 10:55pm on TCM.
Ruined by unbearable internal conflict, a holocaust survivor’s loss of empathy is painfully restored in Sidney Lumet’s moving drama THE PAWNBROKER at 01:40am on Channel4.
Faith and feud, honour and envy as an oilman's pitiless greed sucks him into a self-destructive quagmire of hate THERE WILL BE BLOOD will hopefully play at 11:20pm on BBC2 if the snooker doesn't over run like last time.
A group of young people aim to smash fascism but instead become fascists themselves. Harsh and heavy socio-political drama THE BAADER MIENHOF COMPLEX airs at 00:25 on BBC2
F-bombing, sinus spitting, anarchy advocating mayhem as most influential punk album by the most influential punk band in music history is explored when THE FILTH AND THE FURY runs at 01:10am on Film4.
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