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  • Dead Poets Society
  • Dinosaur 13
  • Frozen (Sing-A-Long Version)
  • Grease
  • NT Live: Medea
  • Roald Dahl's Matilda
  • RSC Live: The Two Gentlemen Of Verona
  • Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For
  • Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For 3D
  • The Dark Crystal
  • The Guest
  • The Inbetweeners 2
  • The Keeper Of Lost Causes
  • Two Days, One Night

Dead Poets Society 3 stars

  • GenreDrama
  • CastRobin Williams, Robert Sean Leonard, Ethan Hawke, Robert Sean Leonard, Ethan Hawke, Josh Charles.
  • DirectorPeter Weir.
  • WriterTom Schulman.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration129 mins
  • Official site

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Monday 1st September 2014

Dinosaur 13 3 stars

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In 1990, the Black Hills Institute made headlines when the avid fossil hunters stumbled upon the skeleton of the world's largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex. The team spent two years meticulously exposing the skeleton then the FBI and National Guard seized the remains, tying up the dig in endless red tape. This documentary relives the excitement of the discovery and the anguish of the acrimonious legal battle.

  • GenreAdventure, Documentary, Indie
  • DirectorTodd Douglas Miller.
  • WriterTodd Douglas Miller.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration95 mins
  • Official sitewww.dinosaur13movie.com
  • Release15/08/2014 (selected cinemas)

Todd Douglas Miller's engrossing documentary premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim. The film centres on American paleontologist Pete Larson, who made headlines in 1990 with the Black Hills Institute when these avid fossil hunters stumbled upon the skeleton of the world's largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex. The team spent two years meticulously exposing the skeleton and named it Sue after team member Susan Hendrickson, who the made remarkable find. The team allowed visitors to visit the site and marvel at the scale of the beast. Then in May 1992, the FBI and National Guard seized the skeleton, tying up the dig in endless red tape courtesy of the National Park Service and the Bureau of Indian Affairs as well as landowner Maurice Williams. Miller's film relives the excitement of the discovery then the anguish of an acrimonious legal battle, which included an 18-month spell behind bars for Larson.

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Tuesday 2nd September 2014

Frozen (Sing-A-Long Version) 4 stars

As children, Anna and Elsa love to play together, taking full advantage of Elsa's ability to create ice and snow from her fingertips. An accident late one night convinces the King to wipe Anna's memory so she forgets about her sibling's hidden talents. Many years later, Elsa unwittingly reveals her powers to the locals and is branded a witch. She flees to the snowy mountains to a castle forged in ice. Anna gives chase and encounters a hunky ice trader called Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven.

  • GenreAction, Adaptation, Adventure, Animation/Cartoon, Comedy, Family, Family, Romance
  • CastKristen Bell, Josh Gad, Ciaran Hinds, Jonathan Groff, Alan Tudyk, Santino Fontana, Idina Menzel.
  • DirectorChris Buck, Jennifer Lee.
  • WriterJennifer Lee.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration108 mins
  • Official sitemovies.disney.com/frozen/
  • Release07/02/2014

Loosely based on The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen, Frozen proves that Disney's animated heroines have unquestionably come of age. Long gone are the rose-tinted days when princesses waited patiently for Prince Charming to sweep them off their feet or save them from a grim fate.

Now, the spunky, independent and self-assured young women are just as smart and resourceful as their male counterparts and they don't need the love of a man to affirm their self-worth.

Frozen is a terrific fairy-tale adventure that melds old-fashioned values with state-of-the-art visuals and a rousing musical score with infectious songs by husband-and-wife team Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.

Every beautifully coloured and crafted frame is crammed with wit and joy, drawing in audiences of all ages to the story of two sisters battling against the elements and their fears to claim their rightful place on the throne.

Directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck don't let the pace flag and the 108 minutes pass in a blur of laughter, tears and frost-bitten action sequences that look stunning in 3D with all of the computer-generated snowflakes fluttering before your eyes. You won't need to wrap up warm because the story casts an irresistible warm glow that should thaw even the most cynical and jaded heart.

As children, Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel) love to play together, taking full advantage of Elsa's ability to create ice and snow from her fingertips. An accident late one night convinces the King (Maurice LaMarche) to wipe Anna's memory so she forgets about her sibling's hidden talents.

At the same time, Elsa retires from public gaze, fearful that she will hurt someone else with her powers. When the King and Queen are subsequently lost at sea, Elsa reluctantly emerges to claim the throne.

Alas, on her coronation day, Elsa's gloves come off and the locals witness her extraordinary abilities and brand her a witch. She flees to the snowy mountains to a castle forged in ice. Meanwhile, Anna gives chase, leaving the kingdom in the hands of her trusted sweetheart, Prince Hans (Santino Fontana).

En route, Anna meets hunky ice trader Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), his loyal reindeer Sven and a blissfully naive talking snowman called Olaf (Josh Gad).

Frozen is one of the best animated features to canter out of the Disney stable in years. Warm-hearted, uplifting and constantly surprising, it's a timeless fable that will appeal to both boys and girls thanks to uproarious comic relief from Olaf, who is too cute for words.

Bell and Menzel add vim to their plucky heroines, the latter singing the film's stand-out song, Let It Go. As an added treat, Frozen is preceded by a black and white Mickey Mouse short, Get A Horse, that seems to hark from a bygone era but has a wicked sting in the tail.

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Grease 4 stars

Digitally remastered print of the classic musical centred on Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson, the bad boy and the good girl of Rydell High, who fall in love one long, hot summer to a toe-tapping soundtrack of memorable hits like You're The One That I Want, Hopelessly Devoted To You and the infectious Greased Lightnin'.

  • GenreAction, Classic, Drama, Musical, Romance
  • CastJohn Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway.
  • DirectorRandal Kleiser.
  • WriterBronte Woodard, Jim Jacobs, Warren Casey, Allan Carr.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration110 mins
  • Official site
  • Release03/07/1998; 24/09/2008 (selected cinemas)

Grease has never looked nor sounded better. The soundtrack is - of course - a treat from beginning to end bursting with hummable, toe-tapping tunes like "You're The One That I Want", "Hopelessly Devoted To You" and the infectious "Greased Lightnin'". The script and dialogue very much take a back seat, but John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John are both appealing in their key roles as Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson, the bad boy and the good girl who fall in love one long, hot summer. Meanwhile Stockard Channing steals the film as the irrepressible Rizzo. Not one of the great musicals, but as a slice of Wednesday night entertainment, it's hard to beat.

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Wednesday 3rd September 2014

NT Live: Medea 3 stars

Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to assume the demanding title role in Euripides's powerful tragedy in a new version by Ben Power. This live broadcast from in London is directed by Carrie Cracknell with music written by Will Gregory and Alison Goldfrapp.

Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to assume the demanding title role in Euripides's powerful tragedy in a new version by Ben Power. This live broadcast from in London is directed by Carrie Cracknell with music written by Will Gregory and Alison Goldfrapp.

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Thursday 4th September 2014

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Roald Dahl's Matilda 4 stars

Deliciously twisted fairy-tale about a woefully neglected six-year-old with miraculous extra-sensory powers.

  • GenreFamily, Family
  • CastMara Wilson, Pam Ferris, Danny De Vito, Embeth Davidtz.
  • DirectorDanny De Vito.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration98 mins
  • Official site

Deliciously twisted parable about a misunderstood and unappreciated six-year-old who unlocks the devastating power of her mind.

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Monday 1st September 2014

RSC Live: The Two Gentlemen Of Verona 3 stars

Simon Godwin makes his RSC debut to direct Shakespeare's exuberant romantic comedy live from Stratford-upon-Avon. During a trip to Milan, best friends Valentine and Proteus fall head over heels in love with the same woman, the Duke's daughter Silvia. However, Proteus is already betrothed to his sweetheart Julia back in Verona and the Duke does not believe that Valentine is a suitable match for his only child.

  • GenreComedy, Romance, Special
  • DirectorSimon Godwin.
  • WriterWilliam Shakespeare.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration180 mins
  • Official siteonscreen.rsc.org.uk
  • Release03/09/2014 (selected cinemas)

Simon Godwin makes his RSC debut to direct this live broadcast of the first full staging of Shakespeare's exuberant romantic comedy in Stratford-upon-Avon for 45 years. During a trip to Milan, best friends Valentine and Proteus fall head over heels in love with the same woman, the Duke's daughter Silvia. However, Proteus is already betrothed to his sweetheart Julia back in Verona and the Duke does not believe that Valentine is a suitable match for his only child so he keeps Silvia locked away from her ardent suitor. Rivalry between the two friends escalates out of control as they vie for Silvia's affection while contending with fierce outlaws.

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Wednesday 3rd September 2014
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Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For 3 stars

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Exotic dancer Nancy Callahan vows revenge against scheming Senator Roark, the man responsible for the death of her beloved: police detective John Hartigan. Her quest intersects with the blood-spattered escapades of reckless gambler Johnny, whose winning streak comes to an end at Roark's poker table, and private detective Dwight McCarthy, who is powerless to resist his manipulative old flame Ava.

  • GenreAction, Adaptation, Drama, Romance, Thriller
  • CastRosario Dawson, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Eva Green, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Josh Brolin, Powers Boothe.
  • DirectorFrank Miller, Robert Rodriguez.
  • WriterFrank Miller.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration102 mins
  • Official sitewww.sincity-2.com
  • Release22/08/2014 (London); 29/08/2014 (nationwide)

Crime pays handsomely in this visually arresting sequel to the 2005 neo-noir anthology based on Frank Miller's comic series. Blessed with the same black-and-white aesthetic, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For is as twisted and depraved as its predecessor, festooning every frame with corrupt cops, gun-toting hoodlums and scantily clad molls.

Lurid splashes of colour, like a murderous vamp's emerald eyes or a working girl's tumbling copper curls, temporarily draw the eye away from the misery, degradation and mutilation including an eyeball being wrenched from its socket. Directors Robert Rodriguez and Miller linger on the darker side of human nature, relishing the crisp snap of one character's fingers as they are broken with pliers, or the exaggerated splatter of an arrow scything through a henchman's noggin.

The film wears its 18 certificate as a badge of honour. Once again, three stories entwine on the godforsaken streets of Sin City.

The ghost of police detective John Hartigan (Bruce Willis) haunts exotic dancer Nancy Callahan (Jessica Alba). She descends into booze-fuelled hell, desperate to put a bullet between the eyes of scheming Senator Roark (Powers Boothe). Nancy manipulates her protector Marv (Mickey Rourke) into taking down the politician and his goons, regardless of the consequences.

Meanwhile, cocksure gambler Johnny (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and his lucky charm Marcie (Julia Garner) prepare to take on Roark at the poker table. Johnny humiliates his powerful host and suffers horrific consequences. "I can't protect you," the chief of police informs Johnny. "Then why you a cop?" retorts the gambler.

Nearby, Dwight McCarthy (Josh Brolin) struggles to rein in his violent impulses following an encounter with old flame Ava Lord (Eva Green). She begs Dwight to help her escape the clutches of her sadistic husband Damien (Marton Csokas) and his hulking bodyguard Manute (Dennis Haysbert). Love really hurts.

The plan goes awry and Dwight turns to old flame Gail (Rosario Dawson) and avenging angel Miho (Jamie Chung) to help him evade the cops (Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven).

Arriving almost a decade after the first chapter, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For plunges us headfirst into a grimy universe where a bullet to the head settles most arguments. Style pummels emotion into submission and snappy dialogue from the comics - "I was born at night, but it wasn't last night" - enhance the feeling that characters talk at not to each other.

Rodriguez and Miller direct set pieces including a car chase and sword fight at a breathless lick, melding heavily stylised live action and animation for each orgy of violence. Green sheds her inhibitions to play an archetypal femme fatale with lip-smacking gusto, enforcing what we already knew from the first film: the female of the species is far deadlier than the male.

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Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For 3D 3 stars

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Exotic dancer Nancy Callahan vows revenge against scheming Senator Roark, the man responsible for the death of her beloved: police detective John Hartigan. Her quest intersects with the blood-spattered escapades of reckless gambler Johnny, whose winning streak comes to an end at Roark's poker table, and private detective Dwight McCarthy, who is powerless to resist his manipulative old flame Ava.

  • GenreAction, Adaptation, Drama, Romance, Thriller
  • CastRosario Dawson, Jessica Alba, Mickey Rourke, Eva Green, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Josh Brolin, Powers Boothe.
  • DirectorRobert Rodriguez, Frank Miller.
  • WriterFrank Miller.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration102 mins
  • Official sitewww.sincity-2.com
  • Release22/08/2014 (London); 29/08/2014 (nationwide)

Crime pays handsomely in this visually arresting sequel to the 2005 neo-noir anthology based on Frank Miller's comic series. Blessed with the same black-and-white aesthetic, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For is as twisted and depraved as its predecessor, festooning every frame with corrupt cops, gun-toting hoodlums and scantily clad molls.

Lurid splashes of colour, like a murderous vamp's emerald eyes or a working girl's tumbling copper curls, temporarily draw the eye away from the misery, degradation and mutilation including an eyeball being wrenched from its socket. Directors Robert Rodriguez and Miller linger on the darker side of human nature, relishing the crisp snap of one character's fingers as they are broken with pliers, or the exaggerated splatter of an arrow scything through a henchman's noggin.

The film wears its 18 certificate as a badge of honour. Once again, three stories entwine on the godforsaken streets of Sin City.

The ghost of police detective John Hartigan (Bruce Willis) haunts exotic dancer Nancy Callahan (Jessica Alba). She descends into booze-fuelled hell, desperate to put a bullet between the eyes of scheming Senator Roark (Powers Boothe). Nancy manipulates her protector Marv (Mickey Rourke) into taking down the politician and his goons, regardless of the consequences.

Meanwhile, cocksure gambler Johnny (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and his lucky charm Marcie (Julia Garner) prepare to take on Roark at the poker table. Johnny humiliates his powerful host and suffers horrific consequences. "I can't protect you," the chief of police informs Johnny. "Then why you a cop?" retorts the gambler.

Nearby, Dwight McCarthy (Josh Brolin) struggles to rein in his violent impulses following an encounter with old flame Ava Lord (Eva Green). She begs Dwight to help her escape the clutches of her sadistic husband Damien (Marton Csokas) and his hulking bodyguard Manute (Dennis Haysbert). Love really hurts.

The plan goes awry and Dwight turns to old flame Gail (Rosario Dawson) and avenging angel Miho (Jamie Chung) to help him evade the cops (Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven).

Arriving almost a decade after the first chapter, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For plunges us headfirst into a grimy universe where a bullet to the head settles most arguments. Style pummels emotion into submission and snappy dialogue from the comics - "I was born at night, but it wasn't last night" - enhance the feeling that characters talk at not to each other.

Rodriguez and Miller direct set pieces including a car chase and sword fight at a breathless lick, melding heavily stylised live action and animation for each orgy of violence. Green sheds her inhibitions to play an archetypal femme fatale with lip-smacking gusto, enforcing what we already knew from the first film: the female of the species is far deadlier than the male.

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The Dark Crystal 3 stars

Fantastical tale of a magical kingdom under threat from the forces of evil.

  • GenreChildren, Children's
  • CastVoices: Frank Oz.
  • DirectorJim Henson.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration94 mins
  • Official site

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The Guest 3 stars

  • GenreDrama, Thriller
  • CastJoel David Moore, Dan Stevens, Ethan Embry, Maika Monroe.
  • DirectorAdam Wingard.
  • WriterSimon Barrett.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration100 mins
  • Official site
  • Release05/09/2014 (selected cinemas)

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Monday 1st September 2014

The Inbetweeners 2 3 stars

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Jay heads to Australia for a gap year, where he enhances his status as an incorrigible ladies man. With the promise of more sex than they can handle, Will, Neil and Simon head down under to join their pal and the four misfits abroad attempt to impress the female of the species including Katie, Polly and Lucy. The lads' ham-fisted chat-up lines and amorous overtures often lead to toe-curling humiliation.

  • GenreComedy, Drama
  • CastSimon Bird, James Buckley, Joe Thomas, Blake Harrison, Emily Berrington.
  • DirectorDamon Beesley, Iain Morris.
  • WriterDamon Beesley, Iain Morris.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration96 mins
  • Official site
  • Release06/08/2014

Some of the Inbetweeners may have bagged jobs. Some of them may have even found girlfriends, but thankfully The Inbetweeners 2, the comedy series' second foray onto the big screen, shows our fumbling foursome back on reassuringly awkward form. And with three hugely popular E4 series behind them and the most successful British comedy of all time to their name in their first film, there's no need to change the discomforting formula here.

Although almost a year has passed since the lads' holiday to Malia, the four anti-heroes haven't matured in the slightest. Despite getting a place at Bristol University, Will (Simon Bird) is still chronically uncool and is yet to make any real mates on campus; hapless Simon (Joe Cooper) isn't faring much better up in Sheffield where he's lumbered himself with a demanding girlfriend who destroys his hoodies; randy Jay (James Buckley) has moved to Australia but is working in a toilet and sleeping in a tent in his uncle's garden, and dim-witted Neil (Blake Harrison) has somehow landed a job in the bank but is still as gullible as ever.

Fed up with their lives and enticed by Jay's boastful emails about his conquests with Kylie and Dannii Minogue and five-star lifestyle, Will, Simon and Neil decide to surprise him by heading down under for a four-week break.

Predictably, Jay has been fibbing about his 'DJ' job and his bed posts have no more notches in them than before he left Blighty. In fact, it turns out that he actually misses his ex-girlfriend Jane (Lydia Rose Bewley), first seen in The Inbetweeners Movie.

Rather than kip on Jay's bullying uncle's lawn, the gang tag along with Will's prep school classmate, the popular and pretty Katie (Emily Berrington), who he bumps into, and head to the traveller paradise Byron Bay in a car that has a mural of Peter Andre's face on the side of it.

When it looks like Katie is interested in him, Will tries to woo her, giving a toe curling performance on an acoustic guitar and then racing beefed up love rival Ben (Freddie Stroma) in a stomach-churning water park ride complete with high-octane bodily functions.

The 'bants', as Jay and Neil would call them, come thick, fast and foul here and each of the four friends has their own tortuous meltdown, with varying degrees of putridity and penis jokes bandied around.

Gross, puerile and filled with playground gags, The Inbetweeners 2 is everything you'd expect it to be.

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The Keeper Of Lost Causes 4 stars

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When a stake-out goes disastrously awry, Detective Carl Morck is sidelined to the vaults of Department Q, home to cold cases, which require a quick read-through before they are signed off. The department's Muslim custodian, Assad, struggles to connect with his new boss but the two men eventually learn to trust one another when they re-open the investigation into the disappearance of controversial politician Merete Lynggaard.

  • GenreAction, Adaptation, Drama, Thriller, World
  • CastNikolaj Lie Kaas, Fares Fares, Sonja Richter, Rasmus Botoft, Mikkel Boe Folsgaard.
  • DirectorMikkel Norgaard.
  • WriterNikolaj Arcel.
  • CountryDen/Ger/Sw
  • Duration97 mins
  • Official site
  • Release29/08/2014 (selected cinemas)

Based on the novel by Jussi-Adler Olsen, this gripping Scandinavian thriller is the opening chapter of a series devoted to the investigations of Detective Carl Morck (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) and his plucky assistant Assad (Fares Fares), who are thrown together in tragic circumstances. When a stake-out at a suspect's residence goes disastrously awry and his good friend Hardy (Troels Lyby) is paralysed for life, Morck is removed from active duty to recuperate. When he eventually returns to work, Morck is sidelined to the vaults of Department Q, home to cold cases, which require a quick read-through before they are signed off. The department's Muslim custodian, Assad, struggles to connect with his new boss but the two men eventually learn to trust one another when they re-open the investigation into the disappearance of controversial politician Merete Lynggaard (Sonja Richter), who vanished without trace from a ferry five years ago and is presumed dead. The cops question Merete's emotionally unstable brother Uffe (Mikkel Boe Folsgaard) and learn that a man in a hooded coat was aboard the ferry on the fateful day that Merete disappeared.

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Two Days, One Night 3 stars

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Sandra suffers a nervous breakdown and is forced to take time off from her job. In her absence, her colleagues discover they can cover her shifts by working slightly longer hours and management proposes a 1,000 Euro bonus to all staff if they agree to make Sandra redundant. When she returns to work and discovers that her fate rests in the hands of her 16 co-workers, Sandra must visit each of them over the course of a weekend to persuade them to reject the monetary bonus and keep her on instead.

  • GenreDrama, World
  • CastPili Groyne, Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione.
  • DirectorLuc Dardenne, Jean-Pierre Dardenne.
  • WriterLuc Dardenne, Jean-Pierre Dardenne.
  • CountryBel/Ita/Fr
  • Duration95 mins
  • Official site
  • Release22/08/2014 (selected cinemas)

Belgian filmmakers Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne received rave reviews at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival for this emotionally wrought drama, which features a tour-de-force lead performance from Oscar winner Marion Cotillard. Sandra (Cotillard) is a wife and mother, who works in a solar panel factory. She suffers a nervous breakdown and is forced to take time off from her job. In her absence, her colleagues discover they can cover her shifts by working slightly longer hours and management proposes a 1,000 Euro bonus to all staff if they agree to make Sandra redundant. When she returns to work and discovers that her fate rests in the hands of her 16 co-workers, Sandra must visit each of them over the course of a weekend to try and persuade at least nine of them to reject the monetary bonus and keep her on instead. Many of these co-workers desperately need the proposed 1,000 Euro sweetener for their own families so Sandra faces an uphill battle to keep her job before the crucial vote on Monday morning.

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