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Maudie – Review

What makes good art? What is good art? What is art? Perhaps these questions shouldn’t even be asked. After all: one man's rubbish is another’s treasure, and isn't beauty in the eye of the...
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Berlin Syndrome – Review

Perhaps only sitting in a freezing igloo where, instead of perfect blocks of ice, long thin steely icicles provide just enough contact with the outer world recreates the feeling of Berlin Syndrome. The...
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I Am Not Your Negro – Review

"White is a metaphor for power". From its opening credits to the close, viewers of I Am Not Your Negro would be forgiven for feeling like being at the end of an LAPD police baton; mercilessly and repeatedly...

The Lost City of Z – Review

The modern world has shrunk to a claustrophobic size – we can carry most of it around in our pockets. Countries have continued to magnetise, shackling themselves to one another with political, social, and...
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Logan – Berlinale 2017 Review

“Right or wrong, it’s a brand,” Alan Ladd’s Shane philosophises in the western which bears his name. “A brand sticks. There’s no going back.” The line has been included in Logan, the widely...