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The Who vs. Glastonbury (Part 1)

This weekend is Glastonbury. It’s an amazing event, and is billed as a ‘festival of contemporary performing arts’. Classic Rock fans will be delighted to know that The Who are headlining on Sunday, and no doubt Pete Townshend is delighted that his band is classified under ‘contemporary performing arts’. 612 more words

Country: UK

London Road (2015)

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Seen at Picturehouse Central, London, Monday 15 June 2015

The Wikipedia entry, at least when I checked it, called this film a “musical mystery thriller film”, but I don’t think that’s right. 450 more words

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A Vida Invisível (The Invisible Life, 2013)

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Seen at ICA, London, Thursday 23 April 2015

I don’t imagine much of Portuguese cinema is strange, oblique and dark, but if you’re judging on the basis of what gets released over here, particularly the efforts of… 206 more words

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Dark Horse (2015)

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Seen at Cineworld Haymarket, London, Wednesday 22 April 2015

I’m not a horsey person, nor do I tend to ever watch horse racing, but when I was younger we did occasionally watch the Grand National, as it was always the one race on which my granny would have a flutter. 235 more words

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A Zen Cup

http://www.azencup.com

Country: England
Composition: Medical Grade Silicone
Sizes:  “S” (Small), “M” (large)
Dimensions: S: 41mm diameter, 47mm long without stem, 23mm stem length.  M: 46mm diameter, 52mm long without stem,  18mm stem length. 61 more words

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Sea Without Shore (2015)

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Seen at ICA, London, Tuesday 10 March 2015

Of all the films I’ve seen, this is one of the more difficult ones to either review or to give a meaningful rating. 317 more words

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Dreamcatcher (2015)

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Seen at BFI Southbank (NFT1), London, Sunday 8 March 2015

The British documentarian Kim Longinotto is clearly used to making films with relatively few resources, which is somewhat apt, given her subjects are so often those (primarily women) who are systematically excluded by structures of control and discourse. 339 more words

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