(SIFF FILM) This BBC adaptation of Alan Hollinghurst's novel can be summed up in five words: Brideshead Revisited meets Thatcherite Britain. Following a young man from the provinces' intimate entanglement with a fabulously wealthy, politically powerful family, The Line of Beauty captures all the hypocrisy, decadence, and corruption of the Thatcher era—along with all the glamour, romance, and cocaine. (The Egyptian, 801 E Pine St, 324-9996. 1:30 pm, $7.)