The Prestige


[image title=”prestige” size=”thumbnail” id=”343″ align=”right” linkto=”” ]I love films. I love the way that you can watch a film and feel like a different person once you’re done. The way that when the credits start rolling you finally realise that you are actually still sitting in your living room, instead of being part of the action you’ve just witnessed. Most of all I love the way that a truly deep film can make you think.

The Prestige promises to be one of those films. One which leaves your head spinning once you’ve walked out of the cinema. One which you can’t help discussing with friends and colleagues, or convincing people to see so that you’ll be able to talk to them about it.
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