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A dark, tormented soul, Joe (Joaquin Phoenix) is a finder and returner of taken/kidnapped children. He stumbles onto something that is larger than expected and the resultant fallout changes everything. Adapted from the Jonathan Ames novella of the same name, You Were Never Really Here is a superbly constructed film, […]

You Were Never Really Here



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This was my first experience of a Yorgos Lanthimos film and it definitely WAS an experience. Steven (Colin Farrell) is a cardio-surgeon and he has befriended the son of one of his patients who has died. Whilst this starts out all very respectful it eventually turns into something more sinister, […]

The Killing of a Sacred Deer



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Journeyman is Paddy Considine’s second feature film in which he writes and directs, and stars in this one too. It tells the story of Matty Burton a hardworking boxer who wins a World Championship belt and subsequently manages to defend his title against a younger, brasher opponent (‘The Future’) but […]

Journeyman



The winner of the Palme d’Or at this years Cannes Festival, Ruben Östlund’s The Square is a quirky, funny, irreverently satirical film centring around a museum art curator and loosely about their plan to advertise and marketise their latest exhibition, The Square – a 4m x 4m square of ground that attempts […]

The Square





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Manchester by the Sea is both hard to watch but also compelling. Casey Affleck, Lucas Hedges and Michelle Williams are superb

Manchester by the Sea 



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Train to Busan takes the infected from 28 Days Later and confines them to a bullet train. What's not to like?!

Train to Busan