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Offside (2006), Sky Movies Indie, 7.25pm.

Iranian comedy drama, set against the backdrop of a world cup qualifying football match in Tehran. Women are forbidden by law to attend the game or even enter the stadium - but a group of teenage female football fans aren't about to let that stop them, and attempt to sneak into the ground by disguising themselves as boys. Starring Sima Mobarakshai and Safar Samandar. (33146336)

The Wedding Singer (1998), Sky Movies

Comedy, 9.45pm. A failed rock star carves out a career as a popular wedding singer, but his hopes for a bright future are dashed when his fiancee jilts him at the altar a nd he attempts to shut himself off from the outside wor ld. Heart-warming romantic comedy boasting a to etapping Eighties soundtrack, and starring Adam Sandler as the crooner whose life is turned upside down. (1796959)

Excalibur (1981), Sky Movies Modern Greats, 10.00pm. Nigel Terry stars as Arthur, the ill-fated king of the Britons, who is taken under the wing of enigmatic magician Merlin (Nicol Williamson) and embarks on a quest for the Holy Grail. Meanwhile, halfsister and sworn enemy Morgana (Helen Mirren) is busy plotting his downfall. John Boorman's striking, blood-soaked fantasy, Cherie Lunghi, Gabriel Byrne and Patrick Stewart also star. (31796404)
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Jan 26, 2008
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