Mirai

Mirai – LFF 2018 Review

The latest gem from Mamoru Hosoda is deceptively simple: a young boy named Kun worries about being eclipsed by his newborn baby sister. Through episodic little vignettes, we join Kun on an array of magical...
Rafiki

Rafiki – LFF 2018 Review

The title may mean “friend”, but the relationship between the two teen girls at the centre of Wanuri Kahiu’s Rafiki runs far deeper than that. Provoking a storm of controversy upon its initial...
Miriamlies

Miriam Lies – LFF 2018 Review

After a chaste online romance in which no photos have been exchanged, biracial Miriam (Rodríguez) is shocked to discover that Jean-Louis (Suarez) – the boy she has been planning on inviting to her...
Been So Long Still 0

Been So Long – LFF 2018 Review

In 2018, with rom-coms and musicals well and truly back with a vengeance, this beautiful, neon-drenched romantic drama couldn’t have come at a better time. Based on the Young Vic’s stage musical of the...
The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman – Review

In true Barnum spirit, director Michael Gracey’s dazzling musical The Greatest Showman embraces his subject’s famous proclivity for massaging the truth. The man who once paraded elderly ex-slave Joice Heth...