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Jeane review: Bruno Dumont’s portrait of a young Joan of Arc, makes for painful viewing says
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Isabelle Huppert delivers a gentle tour de force as a dying actress in Ira Sachs’ bittersweet Frankie
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Love these in-world posters from Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
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Willem Dafoe has never been more wholesome than in Abel Ferrara’s autobiographical . Here’s ’s review from
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Little White Lies May 20
With , the Dardennes deliver an ever-headed broadside against religious extremism. Here’s ’s take from
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Little White Lies May 20
Diego Maradona review: Asif Kapadia tackles the highs and lows of a football life to jaw-dropping effect
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Little White Lies May 20
Christophe Honoré gives the romantic comedy genre a shot in the arm in On a Magical Night (aka Chambre 212). Here’s ’s review
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Adam Woodward May 20
Asif Kapadia’s snorts-and-all biography of Diego Maradona is hugely entertaining but, like its subject, not without its flaws. My review for
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Little White Lies May 20
Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe give performances that will be savoured for years to come in Robert Eggers’ maritime nightmare The Lighthouse
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Little White Lies May 20
Adèle Haenel and Noémie Merlant burn bright in Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Céline Sciamma’s exquisite celebration of female desire
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iana murray May 20
thrilled to be making my debut with my review of christophe honoré’s latest ON A MAGICAL NIGHT (tragic title, good movie)
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Little White Lies May 19
Terrence Malick’s soaring World War Two-era romance A Hidden Life is a shining light in these uncertain, deeply polarised times
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Little White Lies May 19
Family Romance, LLC sees Werner Herzog take a sideway look at modern relationships through the lens of Japan’s performance industry
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Adam Woodward May 19
Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse is like if Melville or Poe reimagined The Shining as an odd couple comedy where both protagonists are Jack Torrance. A lot to take in, but Pattinson and Dafoe are superb.
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Little White Lies May 19
Diao Yinan’s masterful crime epic The Wild Goose Lake will make you never look at an umbrella the same way again
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Little White Lies May 18
And you thought Bohemian Rhapsody was bad...
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Little White Lies May 18
Too Old to Die Young is peak Nicolas Winding Refn – a seedy, neon-soaked tour through LA’s seedy underbelly
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Little White Lies May 18
A history lesson turns into a horror movie in Bertrand Bonello’s entrancing – here’s ’s first-look review from
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Adam Woodward May 18
Jessica Hausner’s Little Joe is about how human relationships are weird and how it’s difficult but sometimes necessary to challenge scientific authority. This movie creeped me out and I loved it. My review for
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Little White Lies May 18
Jessica Hausner’s puts perennial flaws in humankind’s design under the microscope to quietly chilling effect. Our review 🌷
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