Stay-at-Home Seven: July 4 to 10 by Amber Wilkinson

Stay-at-Home Seven: July 4 to 10 by Amber Wilkinson
Cold War Cold War, 2.10am, Film4, Tuesday, July 5

Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski followed up on his Oscar-winning Ida with this beautifully crafted tale of doomed romance. Though the film lost out in its own Oscar race to the equally exquisitely shot Roma, it would have been just as worthy a winner. Inspired by his own parents' relationship, Pawlikowski charts the relationship between music director Wiktor (Tomasz Kot) and free-spirited singer Zula as they find themselves on different sides of the Iron Curtain. Shot with such immersive verve you feel as though you could melt into the Sixties, this is a masterpiece in a minor key.

Trainspotting, 11.25pm, Film4, Wednesday, July 6

Danny Boyle's films come at you at the gallop and this blackly comic drama is no exception, starting as it means to go on with Renton (Ewan McGregor) legging it up Princes Street. Adapted from Irvine Welsh's cult novel,
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