Doose’s film is a realistic and emotionally affecting portrayal of complicated family relationships, writes Sophie Skinner.
LAYLA FOURIE is a sophisticated thriller that explores themes of truth and lies, and balancing personal morality with doing what is right for your family.
An articulate, challenging and rewarding film which opens a thoughtful discourse on gender, disability and sexuality.
The performances of the film’s two leads are strong enough to carry PRINCE AVALANCHE’s meandering and sometimes surreal plot, writes Sophie Skinner.
A NICE TOUCH is a surprising film, embracing the influence of film noir whilst eschewing some typical features of the genre, writes Sophie Skinner.
Rob Reiner’s THE PRINCESS BRIDE may have turned 25 this year, but it is just as funny, heart-warming and entertaining as ever. The film begins with a little boy, ill in bed, reluctantly being read a story by his grandfather (a marvellous Peter Falk). The story is of Princess Buttercup (Robin Wright) and her true … Continue reading The Princess Bride
TO RUST is a collection of short films about experimentalism, but a secondary theme could be ‘the hypnotic’. Sophie Skinner reviews.