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Return to Paradise

(1998)

Rated R for language, drug content, some sexuality and a scene of violence.

R 109min.
 
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This remake of Force Majeure (aka Uncontrollable Circumstances), a 1989 film with Alan Bates and Kristin Scott Thomas, recalls the prison plight depicted in Midnight Express (1978). Read More
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