Hope Gap

Hope Gap – LFF 2019 Review

With Marriage Story prominent on the festival circuit, LFF's other divorce drama, Hope Gap, threatens to be overshadowed. Sadly, it's probably for the best. It's a muddled film; a painful little knot with...
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God’s Own Country – Review

Like Hope Dickson Leach’s The Levelling, God’s Own Country offers visceral insight into the life of an isolated farming family. Both films contain frank visuals of the necessary brutalities of farming and...

Hide and Seek – Review

Joanna Coates' feature debut centres realism in a place often found, yet often lost. Coates' uncluttered depiction of a polyamorous utopian society comfortably avoids falling into sexual fantasy, instead...