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Roller Dreams – LFF 2017 Review

Seriously, who doesn’t want to learn to dance on roller skates? Luckily for all you wannabe gliders, director Kate Hickey has put together this little number that follows some of the finest roller dancers in...
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Wajib – LFF 2017 Review

Wajib follows an estranged son, Shadi, and father, Abu Shadi, who have to spend the day together delivering wedding invitations in an Israeli tradition known as 'Wajib'. The film splits most of its time...
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Custody – LFF 2017 Review

“Who is the worst liar?” asks the judge in charge of deciding whether a father will be allowed to have custody of his son, in French director Xavier Legrand’s tense family thriller. Custody begins with a...
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Ingrid Goes West – LFF 2017 Review

Taking some of those slightly stalkerish tendencies that we all give into every now and then (yeah, I know every outfit you wore on your holiday to Mallorca last month, Becky) to the extreme, Ingrid (Aubrey...
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The Handmaiden – Review

Park Chan-wook’s newest film, The Handmaiden, adapted from Sarah Waters’ crime novel Fingersmith, follows the story quite closely, though setting the film in 1930s Korea and Japan instead of Victorian...
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Free Fire – Review

Ben Wheatley delves into the 1970s again with his fast-paced and thrilling new film, Free Fire. All set in and around an abandoned warehouse that is now host to gangs selling guns, Wheatley and Amy Jump...
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Snowden – Review

Snowden, Oliver Stone’s latest big ol’ Hollywood release, tells the story of Edward Snowden, the CIA whistleblower who released hundreds of NSA documents to the public in 2013, revealing that the American...
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Planetarium – LFF 2016 Review

Planetarium is a film that leaves the audience doing a lot of guessing. Two American sisters, Laura and Kate Barlow (Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp), are working as mediums in Paris and are employed by...