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UK Cinema Releases: Friday 9th September 2011

Including Jane Eyre, Friends With Benefits and Colombiana

NATIONAL RELEASES

Jane Eyre (Universal): The latest adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s famous novel, which depicts the struggles of a young woman (Mia Wasikowska) in 19th century England as she survives a tough childhood, before eventually working for the moody Mr. Rochester (Michael Fassbender). Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, it co-stars Jamie Bell and Judi Dench. [Nationwide / PG] [Read our full review here]

Friends With Benefits (Sony Pictures): A romantic comedy about two twenty-somethings, Jamie (Mila Kunis) and Dylan (Justin Timberlake), who become friends and decide to have a casual sexual relationship. Directed by Will Gluck, it co-stars Patricia Clarkson, Jenna Elfman and Richard Jenkins. [Nationwide / 15]

Colombiana (Entertainment): A French-American action thriller about a young woman (Zo Saldana) who becomes an assassin and vigilante, hoping to avenge her parents’ death. Directed by Olivier Megaton, it co-stars Michael Vartan, Cliff Curtis and Jordi Mollà. [Nationwide / 15]

ALSO OUT

Troll Hunter (Momentum Pictures): Norwegian dark fantasy film made in the form of a “found footage” mockumentary. Directed by Andre Ovredal, starring Otto Jespersen and Glenn Eriand Tosterud [Selected cinemas / 15]

Way of the Morris (Fifth Column Films): Documentary about the old English tradition of Morris dancing. Directed by Tim Plester and Rob Curry, it features Billy Bragg, Chris Leslie and the Addersbury Village Morris Men. [Selected cinemas / 12A]

Kes (Park Circus): Re-release for this classic 1969 film about a young boy (David Bradley) and his pet Kestrel. Directed by Ken Loach, it co-stars Colin Welland, Lynne Perrie, Freddie Fletcher and Brian Glover.

Post Mortem (Network Releasing): Drama set in a Chilean mortuary around the time of the 1973 coup that toppled the Allende government. Directed by Pablo Larrain, it stars Alfredo Castro and Amparo Noguera. [Selected cinemas / 15]

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