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Love Is The Devil - Blu-Ray release

The BFI has just re-released ‘Love is the Devil’ on Blu-Ray. First released in 1998, this is a film portraying the destructive relationship between Francis Bacon and his muse and lover, George Dyer. The film culminates in Dyer’s suicide on the eve (...)

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Selma

MLK was vilified during his life, martyred after his death and has proved more valuable dead than alive. Now his words are hijacked to support everything from conservative ’individual responsibility’ initiatives to sales during his birthday (...)

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Papa was not a Rolling Stone

« Papa was not a Rolling Stone », le premier film de Sylvie Ohayon, m’a au premier abord surprise, car le film porte en lui une image années 80 – 90 très marquée ! « Papa… » pourrait tout à fait être un film de la fin des années 80 dont la sortie serait (...)

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Life Is Slight: Boyhood by Richard Linklater

Although I was planning to see Double Play, a potentially interesting documentary about the friendship between film directors Richard Linklater and James Benning, the former a long-standing darling of American semi-indie who flirts with (...)

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CAMCLASH

CamClash, l’émission qui veut dénoncer les incivilités, est saisissante. Les réactions face à ce concept sont enflammées ! Souhaitons qu’un embrasement semblable puisse se faire autour des sujets que l’émission joue dans l’espace public et met à l’écran. (...)

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Starred Up

David Mackenzie’s new film is a much-welcome addition to the British prison drama genre, that weaves sophisticated narrative into a bold critique of the penal system and a mockery of rehabilitation inside. Set in the microcosm of an English (...)

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Stranger by the Lake (L’inconnu du Lac)

Alain Guiraudie’s erotic gay thriller is located in rural France and takes place over ten summer days. Set on the shores of a vast inviting lake, a small group of men spend the day building up all-over tans in between swimming and cruising around (...)

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Only Lovers Left Alive

The only thing wrong with Jim Jarmusch’s sumptuous film Only Lovers Left Alive is the title. It baffles me why so many directors, or whoever picks the titles, insist on choosing such confusing ones. I like my film titles to tell me what I’m in (...)

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The Wolf of Wall Street - Leo’s Cheeks

REVIEW: THE WOLF OF WALL STREET By James Skipp @JamesSkipp There was one thought that kept gnawing at my brain during a recent trip to see Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street: was it possible to cook a three-course meal inside Leonardo (...)

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Girlfriend Boyfriend

Charting the relationship of three close friends whilst set to the backdrop of a changing political climate in Taiwan. This Golden Horse Award winning drama directed by Ya-Che Yang, succeeds at drawing the viewer into the intimate relationship (...)

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