A great clue to deciphering Abdellatif Kechiche’s Blue Is The Warmest Colour, one of the most affecting love stories of recent years, comes in the opening motion of the picture.
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British writer and life peer Lord Jeffrey Archer is a colourful character worthy of one of his own plays or novels. As a well known political personality since the late sixties, he rose to Chairman of the Conservative Party in the eighties, but his career was beset with scandal – bankruptcy, libel cases, accusations of corruption – and finally ended when he was charged, and later convicted, of perjury and sentenced to four years imprisonment. 704 more words
Opening today in UK theatres, Computer Chess is a fantastical product from the mind of Andrew Bujalski, alumni of the US Mumblecore movement.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe ventures boldly forward, with a work aligned in the Cosmic!