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    Filmography
    Aliens, dir. JamesCameron (1986)
    Alien 3, dir. DavidFincher (1992)
    Alien Resurrection, dir. Jean-PierreJeunet (1997)
    Babymother, dir. JulianHenriques (2000)
    Bend It Like Beckham, dir. GurinderChadha (2002)
    Bhaji on the Beach, dir. GurinderChadha (1994)
    Bladerunner, dir. RidleyScott (1982)
    Born in East L.A., dir. RichardMarin (1987)
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, dir. AngLee (2000)
    Decoder, dir. Muscha/Maeck (1984)
    Drugstore Cowboy, dir. Van GusSant (1989)
    Encoding/Decoding, dir. MeganLegault (2000)
    Gattica, dir. AndrewNiccol (1997)
    Handsworth Songs, dir. JohnAkomfrah (1986)
    I'm British, But, dir. GurinderChadha (1990)
    Lousy Little Sixpence, dir. AlecMorgan and GerryBostock (1982)
    Mission to Mars, dir. de BrianPalma (2000)
    My Beautiful Laundrette, dir. StephenFrears (1985)
    Rabbit-Proof Fence, dir. PhillipNoyce (2002)
    Red Planet, dir. AnthonyHoffman (2000)
    Sammy and Rosie Get Laid, dir. StephenFrears (1987)
    The Fifth Element, dir. LucBesson (1997)
    The Passion of Remembrance, dir. SankofaFilm Workshop (1986)
    The Thin Red Line, dir. TerranceMallick (1998)

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