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Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 30 October 2009 10:50

Any video with Eva Green in it is worth a look, but this especially so. Recently premiered at the London Film Festival to great acclaim, Cracks is a tale of boarding school, girls, swimming, and obsession. Aesthetically masterful and wonderfully gripping, the accomplished drama is the debut feature of Jordan Scott, daughter of Ridley (she certainly didn't get the film-making genes from Uncle Tony).

Starring Eva Green and Juno Temple, it examines the relationship between Miss G and her swimming team, in particular its captain, Di (Juno Temple).  Sumptuous, striking and superb, Cracks hits our screens on Friday 4th December. Read on to see the gorgeous poster, or check out the trailer over in our videos section.