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This is a movie that dares to leave its audience in the dark.
Shooting the Mafia, follows Letizia Battaglia, a fearless photojournalist who faced up to the Cosa Nostra.
Rapman's poignant film exposes the poverty, inequality and racism that contribute to gang warfare.
A murder mystery pastiche with bags of humour, this is more than just Agatha Christie with Wi-Fi.
Here’s how I described Grease in my 1978 diary: “My God it was so corny. I was really bored cos’ it was so awful. One nice bloke in it (not John Revolta).”
Atlantics appears at first to be a straightforward romance, but morphs into something quite different.
The rhetoric of the 1998 film’s neo-Nazis is today chillingly echoed by Donald Trump.
Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver give the film its weight, movingly demonstrating a couple’s love for one another even as they’re falling apart.
The tiny Pacific island’s history is emblematic of the country’s little-discussed colonial past.
Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro, now in their 70s, reunite for the first time in more than 20 years for The Irishman. This time, the tenor is different.
The myth emerged at a time when Eastern European folklore seemed particularly exotic to Western Europeans.