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Black Swan:Movies Now, Saturday, 6.50 p.m.
Black Swan:Movies Now, Saturday, 6.50 p.m.

Where Angels Fear to Tread

(MGM, Saturday, 9 p.m.)

This is a drama of repressed and unleashed sexuality within the British upper class, based on E.M. Forster’s first novel.

The story follows events after a British widow dallies with, then weds a young Tuscan while vacationing in Italy. The cast includes Rupert Graves, Helen Mirren, Helena Bonham Carter and Judy Davis.

A Passage to India

(MGM, Sunday, 9 p.m.)

Adela arrives in India to marry her fiancé, a provincial magistrate. Chafing under the suburban constraints of British society and anxious to see ‘the real India,’ she is delighted to be introduced to an Indian doctor, Aziz. Although fascinated by Aziz, Adela fails to understand his motivation or her own feelings and their awkward relationship provokes the tragic enigma of the Marabar caves. Judy Davis, Victor Banerjee and Sir Alec Guinness are in this David Lean-directed classic.

I Don't Know How She Does It

(STAR Movies, Saturday, 9 p.m.)

This comedy revolves round the life of Kate Reddy, a finance executive who is the breadwinner of her family of husband and two children. Sarah Jessica Parker, Pierce Brosnan and Greg Kinnear are in the main roles.

Evan Almighty

(STAR Movies, Sunday, 7 p.m.)

God appears to the newly-appointed Congressman Evan Baxter and tells him to build an ark for a flood that is coming. Initially a disbeliever, Evan begins to have second thoughts when tools to build an ark arrive at his doorstep, animals of all types hound him in pairs and he starts to sport a beard which just won't go away. Stars Steve Carell and Morgan Freeman.

Vanilla Sky

(WB Movies, Saturday, 4.10 p.m.)

David (Tom Cruise) is the only son of a millionaire businessman. Most of the people around him believe David is a spoilt brat who has no value for his immense wealth.

His parents die in an accident and David acquires the family company.

A friend of his brings a girl to a party. David falls for her and flirts with her unaware that a jealous ex-girlfriend is watching. And things take a different turn for him.

Also stars Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz and Kurt Russell.



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