The new year brings with it resolutions to change things or, at the very least, shake them up. It's the perfect time to take inspiration from a wealth of characters who have started anew in films that unfold in the past and present. A young girl ('Lady Bird's' flavour of the moment Saoirse Ronan) decides to seek out a new life in New York in 'Brooklyn' while in the delectable 'The Lunchbox' a married woman and soon-to-be retired office worker find a connection and the potential of a new life through food. Some changes are life-altering in every way ('The New Girlfriend', 'The Other Side of Hope' and the anti-Western 'Meek's Cutoff'), while others are more gradual ('All This Panic', 'Breathe In' and 'Chocolat'). There's the societal change of defeating Chilean despot Augusto Pinochet in 'No', while in 'I've Loved You So Long' the change is more personal. But in every film, the impact on each person can be seismic.

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