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To watch the US comedy series, which stars 33-year-old Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine as 13-year-old middle-schoolers, is to be confronted with your own cringeworthy teen years.
Collaging home movies and contemporary footage, Time is an impressionistic study of one woman’s attempts to see her husband released from jail.
We all know that Trump is in a world of "me" - but these films show the vanishingly small extent of this realm.
The film's structure of two halves is perfectly suited to its genre, which is arguably that of the marriage comedy.
Forget serial killers and corrupt cops, this David Nicholls adaptation focuses on the quotidian yet profound emotional stuff we all have to deal with in our lives.
The history of the RAR movement, from Eric Clapton's racist comments in 1976 to the 1978 Victoria Park concert.
The Dennis Nilsen drama is never tasteless or glib – but it's still entirely gratuitous.
The quiz master on the future of TV and his debut novel The Thursday Murder Club.
The Darrowby from Channel 5's remake is neat and non-Thirties looking: the Daylesford organics or Toast catalogue version of the countryside.
Kaufman's I'm Thinking of Ending Things is a philosophical comedy-horror available on Netflix; while Nolan's Tenet is an action spectacular only showing in theatres.
Director James Bluemel's story-telling is expert. But it's as nothing compared to that of the poet philosophers who come before his camera.