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Songam Cave” (CC BY 2.0) by D-Stanley

Juno (Natalie Mendoza), Sarah (Shauna Macdonald) and Beth (Alex Reid) are whitewater rafting in Scotland.

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Plain, Simple Tom reviews . . . "Three Colours: Red" (1994)

The final part of Kieślowski’s critically acclaimed trilogy stars Irène Jacob as Valentine, a model who accidentally hits a dog with her car one night and soon returns her to her owner, a reclusive retired judge (Jean-Louis Trintignant) who Valentine discovers is eavesdropping on his neighbours’ telephone conversations and although initially disapproving, the two of them gradually form a certain friendship while in the midst of all of this, their actions inadvertently affect the life of Auguste (Jean-Pierre Lorit), a young man studying to be a judge. 710 more words

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Jon McGregor's 'Reservoir 13': An uncanny insight into rural life

Jon McGregor’s latest novel, longlisted for the Booker Prize (and winner of the Costa Book Award 2017) begins with a mystery. Rebecca Shaw has gone missing. 1,139 more words

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What should the Ultimate Schmoedown losers do next? (Teams: Round One)

Eight matches, 16 teams and countless memorable moments – the opening round of the 2017 Ultimate Schmoedown team tournament has left the remainder of tournament season with a lot to live up to. 1,480 more words

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TEAM PROFILE: Critically Acclaimed

TEAM NAME: Critically Acclaimed

COMPETITORS: William “The Beast” Bibbiani & Witney Seibold

FACTION: Growling Commandos

OVERALL RECORD: 1-0

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I have been wanting to see this for ages and the only thing that has been holding me back, is that it’s subtitled… 428 more words

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MOONLIGHT: A BEAUTIFUL TRIUMPH

You won’t find a more sensitively rendered, perceptive, or surprising coming-of-age film than Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight, now nominated for eight Oscars. Jenkins snatches characters who are usually portrayed on screen as a blank canvas- the junkie mother, the dug-dealer, the messed-up kid- and magically portrays them with humanity and complexity. 510 more words

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