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BADLAPUR

As the movie says ‘don’t miss the beginning’, from the starting only the movie holds the viewer’s attention till the end. It starts with the African Saying ‘An Axe Forgets, but the Trees Remember’ which says almost everything about the movie. 165 more words

Crime

McFarland, USA

This is an Hispanic version of Hoosiers (1986). Both are emotionally powerful films filled with total joy.

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Drama

TV: The Bridge Review

There are people out there who won’t give subtitled television a chance.

The idea is that you’d be ‘reading’ rather than ‘watching’ the TV.

And while I can understand that, I’d suggest that you’re missing out on some cracking shows if that is how you think. 305 more words

Television

A2 thespians deliver poignant theatre devised performances

  

The week prior to the half term, the A2 Drama students performed their final devised pieces to the school. There were six students divided evenly between two groups who produced equally poignant and enthralling executions but exploring extremely different issues. 309 more words

Bedales School

A Week In The Life Of Ashleigh

As most of my blogs have been mainly informative and hopefully helpful, I thought I would write a blog post about what a third-year drama student gets up to during a typical week. 919 more words

Studying

Friday Review: Why the 'Who killed Lucy Beale' storyline was genius

Last week the British public were all on edge to find out who it was that killed Lucy Beale last year – and what a week it was! 385 more words

Bbc