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Nobody – Review

Hutch (Bob Odenkirk), a middle-aged accountant, sees his house broken into by a couple of young, trembling assailants. Nothing much is taken, but his role as the man of the house stands on wobbly ground as...
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Cruella – Review

At a certain point in Cruella, the protagonist admits, rather defeated, “People need a villain to believe in and I’m happy to fit the bill”. She is tired albeit determined, staring the archetype of the...
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The Mauritanian – Review

This film was previously reviewed in February 2021 as part of our Glasgow Film Festival coverage. Another film to be added to the 9/11 true story trope, The Mauritanian follows the legal proceedings to...
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Stray – Review

This film was previously reviewed in October 2020 as part of our London Film Festival coverage. Told almost entirely from the point of view of strays roaming the crowded streets of Istanbul, Elizabeth...
Ammonite

Ammonite – Review

This film was previously reviewed in October 2020 as part of our London Film Festival coverage. Following his sublime directorial debut, God’s Own Country, Francis Lee once again delves into feelings of...
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Recovery – SXSW 2021 Review

The recent crop of COVID-19 inspired films has proven that banking on an ongoing global pandemic is, at its best, not a very smart idea. From mainstream titles such as Locked Down and Songbird to festival bets...
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Our Father – SXSW 2021 Review

At the cusp of leaving her job and moving away to fulfil a long-time dream of going to college, Beta (Baize Busan) receives news her father died by suicide after battling an unnamed disease. Upon getting the...