Back in about 2001, maybe 2002, but sometime during my days as a barman, after returning from a hard night’s working and (most likely drinking) at the pub
La La Land’s seemingly unquenchable desire for violence, yet squeamish treatment of sex has always prompted debate. Only recently actress Evan Rachel Wood
This film arrives as a fascinating curiosity. Set in 1944, when the guys who were to create the Beat Generation, writers Allen Ginsberg
In between training, shagging his live-in girlfriend and comforting his mildly disturbed hippy-dippy mother, Kuba (Banasiuk) has few interests in life.
Whenever American detective fiction is discussed, there is one name that casts a long shadow over the genre: Raymond Chandler.
Nicholas Winding Refn’s films are always something of a misunderstood talking point, though that is exactly why he has emerged to be one of the most engaging filmmakers of the last fifteen years.
Saving Mr Banks tells of the incredible persistence and heartache experienced by Walt Disney and his staff in attempting to persuade authoress P.L. Travers
French director François Ozon is a creature of habit. Comfortable with themes of transgression, middle class structures and family dynamics
The first two parts of Daniel Auteuil’s Marseille trilogy of Marcel Pagnol’s classic plays, Marius, Fanny and Cesar, are a simple, lyrical joy.
Anything with ballet wonder Carlos Acosta in it should be pure magic – but this isn’t. It’s the fantasmagorical story of two unlikely Scottish sisters who go to Cuba