Against the backdrop of the Israeli-Palestine conflict, Hugo Blick’s enthralling thriller The Honourable Woman unfolds like the petals of a flower, with the promise of more to be revealed at every turn. 1,156 more words
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Having caused a stir at Cannes Film Festival in 1990, Philip Ridley’s The Reflecting Skin is to be re-released in a limited edition steelbook by Soda Pictures. 116 more words
I saw this film today on Netflix because it came up in the little restrictive banners that the site has. I recognised Dougray Scott (of course) and, in spite of the less than 3 star average that the film had, I decided to watch it while sculpting anyway. 89 more words
I know it’s been a while – don’t worry, I haven’t neglected you. Had some non-blog related issues to sort out. Whilst I’ve probably missed the opportunity to see some recent summer blockbusters at the cinema, I decided to do a post-Oscar film catch-up, films that have been on my watchlist for weeks and only just got round to watching them. 1,553 more words
Time is a funny thing. Especially when you can go back and change it Back to the Future style. But more British.
About Time tells the tale of Tim Lake ( 359 more words