The developer of the Economic Confidence Model, economist Martin Armstrong claims that the rise and fall of a nation can be predicted by his formula.
Plenty of initial spark but the drama fails to maintain its sizzle. Lillie Davidson reviews THE CHAMBERMAID LYNN.
‘Everyone just pretend to be normal’. These words, yelled by Richard Hoover as his family veers from one disaster to another, are the essence of this 2006 road movie.
Noah Baumbach’s love letter to New York City is a rare gem on growing up and tragicomedy of it all, writes Lillie Davidson.
What happens to Jesse and Celine after they walk into the sunset? Their climactic interaction is darkly sincere and immensely entertaining, writes Lillie Davidson.
A luminous Anne Hathaway steals the show in Tom Hooper’s painfully raw, intimate and brave adaptation of this notoriously bleak tale, writes Lillie Davidson.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS is a rag-to-riches tale, dark thriller and gothic love story all rolled into one. You should perhaps lower your expectations for Mike Newell’s interpretation, writes Lillie Davidson.
DRYING FOR FREEDOM is a thought-provoking, original and absorbing documentary which investigates the decline in the washing line and the toll of electricity upon the environment, writes Lillie Davidson.
Hans-Christian Schmid’s melancholy domestic drama is a sensitive, realistic portrayal of a family walking on eggshells, and the tragedy that awaits when they begin to crack, writes Lillie Davidson.
With a cleverly woven plot and authentic performances, particularly from the mesmerising Alina Levshin, COMBAT GIRLS is incredibly watchable, even though the drama occasionally resorts to cliché, writes Lillie Davidson.