Fanny Lye

Fanny Lye Deliver’d – Review

This film was previously reviewed in October 2019 as part of our London Film Festival coverage. A period drama not focused on the landed gentry is a welcome change. Fanny Lye Deliver’d focuses on its...
Athlete A

Athlete A – Review

USA Gymnastics’ fall from grace has been complete in the years following the 2016 Olympics; as the women’s team came home with their second consecutive gold, Indianapolis local news pieced together...
ON A MAGICAL NIGHT

On a Magical Night – Review

What’s the secret to a long marriage? Extra-marital affairs, according to Maria. Richard, her husband, discovers one of her infidelities in a flurry of texts while she is showering. Following a nonchalant...
Joan Of Arc Jeanne

Joan of Arc – Review

This film was previously reviewed in May 2019 as part of our Cannes Film Festival coverage. Try to work out what kind of filmmaker Bruno Dumont is and he’s bound to frustrate you. He first made his name...
THE DAY AFTER I'M GONE

The Day After I’m Gone – Review

It can take a fright for someone to realise their behaviour has to change. For Yoram, that fright is his 17-year-old daughter Roni attempting suicide. After the death of Roni’s mother over a year ago, the...
On The Record HBO Max

On the Record – Review

Oscar-nominated duo Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering open their latest documentary feature by exploring one of the #MeToo movement’s most glaring weaknesses: the absence of stories from those not white, young, and...