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Mike Leigh's Vera Drake is a quiet but impressive film with a standout lead performance.
Daughter of one of Iran’s most successful directors, Samira Makhmalbaf has become an important figure in Asian cinema in her own right, being...
Gven that General Franco’s regime outlasted its fascist counterparts by thirty years, Spanish cinema inevitably spent the mid-twentieth...
One of the last British silent films, Piccadilly delves into the heart of London's entertainment industry, exposing its hypocrisies and...
In his fourth feature Solondz returns to his familiar style of politically incorrect and irreverent black humour. The story's set around the young...
The entrancing story of a musical genius who defies the odds.
Two years after completion, Leandro HBL & Wesley Pentz's documentary on the sound of Rio's favelas finally sees a proper release. Greg Scruggs serves up critique and sociological context.
Do you need a knowledge of Roland Barthes to understand Winterbottom's latest? Henry K goes to find out...
Art? Porn? Art porn? Henry K Miller's not so sure if Winterbottom's newest is any of them.
Eye-catching but conventional comic book adaptation that may disappoint.
Henry K bemoans the absence of one of Antonioni’s finest works from a season showing at London's National Film Theatre, and dissects its political importance.
It’s impossible to know whether one needs to have seen before Sunrise (1995) in order fully to appreciate this, its sequel, but in...
Sophia Coppola's Lost In Translation shows that she is set to join her father as one of American cinema's most interesting filmmakers.
Bill Condon's biopic tells the story of the man who uncovered America's sexual hypocrisies... but gets a little bogged down.
This gripping Second World War tragedy breaks German taboos and portrays Hitler as an all-too-human monster.
The 'Bear delights in some new, lesser known works from Kurosawa.
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