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The Bride Of Glomdal – Review

Dreyer’s 1926 pastoral is as masterful in its scenic naturalism as it is in its understated but intense performances. One moment of unreadable mystery amid the final action lift Glomdal into the realm of poetry…

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Posted in Drama, Silent, vintage

2nd Annual Octopus Films Short Film Showcase – Review

Brighton Indie film collective showcase their impressive portfolio of shorts, full of humour, pathos, visual flair and irreverent detail…

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Dunkirk – Review

Unlike Interstellar, which was hamstrung by its ponderous poetic voiceover and its arse-aching running time, Dunkirk is a svelte, streamlined masterpiece that packs an emotional wallop, contains superlative cinematography, an outstanding score, genuine pathos and artistic as well as historical resonance

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Posted in Drama, War