Not to be confused with the upcoming same-named Kevin Hart comedy, Night School is an emotive look at three adults’ determination to better themselves by finally graduating high school.
A 26-year-old fast food worker, a 31-year-old former petty criminal and a 52-year-old mother whose education was cut short by pregnancy are the three mature students whose against-all-odds journeys will leave you with nothing but admiration.
Jiro Dreams Of Sushi
This mouth-watering profile of Michelin-starred sushi maestro Jiro Ono shows that even the best of the best don’t stop learning.
The Japanese chef has spent almost every waking moment attempting to create the perfect sushi and, at the grand old age of 92, admits that he still has room for improvement.
For The Love Of Spock
You don’t have to be a Trekkie to enjoy this affecting documentary about the late Leonard Nimoy.
Directed by his son Adam, For the Love of Spock is a personal and joyous tribute to both the man himself and the fan worship that surrounded him.
If you thought the premise of 90s Nickelodeon classic Sister, Sister was a little too far-fetched, prepare to have your mind blown.
Twinsters focuses on the reunion between student Anais Bordier and actress Samantha Futerman, two separated at birth twins who only discovered each other’s existence when the former spotted the latter in a film trailer.