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A nostalgic (but not blindly nostalgic) look back at some cult and classic movies. Are they worth checking out once you take off the rose-tinted glasses? Find out in this retrospective section.

Quadrophenia (1979)

Adaptation of The Who's rock opera studies youthful rebellion and conformity through the prism of 1960s mods and rockers.

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​Peeping Tom (1960)

Michael Powell's controversial masterpiece no longer shocks outright but it's still a slyly relevant and suggestively disturbing piece of cinematic art.

Peeping Tom (1960)

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The Apartment (1960)

An all-time classic trio of Billy Wilder, Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine.

Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine

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​The Sorcerers (1967)

Crimes committed by mind control in Michael Reeves's cult favourite.

Boris Karloff in Michael Reeves' The Sorcerers

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