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Wondering if I should watch “The Riot Club”,

it seemed a very fun movie – fun in a chaotic way, it is possible for it to be an educational film, if we are to talk about social class issues in Britain. 74 more words

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Max Irons at TIFF 2014

Max Irons and some of the cast of The Riot Club, including Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth and Holliday Grainger, were at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on 6 September, for the Red Carpet Gala Premiere of the film. 212 more words

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TIFF 2014 REVIEW: 'The Riot Club'

In Canada, we’re usually fairly proud of our British heritage. We have the same Queen, we share similar tastes in food and culture, and we even match how they spell certain words (I’ve always thought it gives the language some flavo… 1,005 more words

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TIFF 2014 Review: The Riot Club

Dirty, rotten, filthy, scoundrels … are just a few of the adjectives that come to mind after previewing The Riot Club. Well-bred, well coiffed with a not-so-subtle air of arrogance, these boys exemplify greed and cast a dark shadow on the British class system. 405 more words

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Toronto Film Review: 'The Riot Club'

At Oxford, there are classes you take and classes you are born into, and Lone Scherfig’s “The Riot Club,” adapted from Laura Wade’s play “Posh,” is concerned only with the latter — specifically, a group of 10 elite students who went to England’s top schools, descend from the richest families and carry the country’s best blood. 796 more words

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TIFF 2014 Review: The Riot Club

Dirty, rotten, filthy, scoundrels … are just a few of the adjectives that come to mind after previewing The Riot Club. Well-bred, well coiffed with a not-so-subtle air of arrogance, these boys exemplify greed and cast a dark shadow on the British class system. 406 more words

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