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In 2019 Britain, this is what a cat looks like.
Buckley’s contradictory qualities of fragility and ferociousness are on full display in her role as Rose-Lynn Harlan.
The dingy cinematography and abrasive score scream authenticity, but Mid90s hits every conventional beat of the coming-of-age movie.
It speaks volumes that we haven’t even made a major film about the 1966 World Cup win.
Based on the Patrick deWitt novel and starring Joaquin Phoenix, it has a warm sense of humour and a number of unexpected quirks.
Rohrwacher’s films are suspended in the space where fable and fantasy meet the material world.
In her remarkable decades of filmmaking, Varda charted the female experience with unconventional humanity and intelligence.
Like in Vertigo or Seven, the central conundrum is resolved sooner than expected.
Toby Jones talks yoga, Bognor, Brexit, and making art from the moral anxiety of everyday life.
The actor-turned-director talks to the New Statesman about portraying Russian ballet star Rudolf Nureyev in his latest film The White Crow
Benjamin (Colin Morgan) is the kind of neurotic guy whose self-awareness has so far brought him no closer to self-improvement.