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The Riot Club, reviewed: Eat the rich

Lone Scherfig’s An Education is a tight, compelling look a the schisms between England’s various societal crusts. Thus it was rude shock that the director’s latest attempt at dissecting privilege and power is this ugly and wildly uneven comedy-drama-horror show about the escapades of Oxford’s finest degenerates. 213 more words

Arts

Head of the class: Lone Scherfig on overseeing The Riot Club's upper-class debauchery

For a Scandinavian filmmaker, Lone Scherfig sure makes a lot of films in Britain. Her English-language debut, 2002’s Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself, was set in a bookshop in Glasgow. 663 more words

Arts

Max Irons and Sam Claflin on 'The Riot Club': 'Money Buys You Power'

Lone Scherfig’s “The Riot Club” is a blistering attack on English society that argues the country’s class system is alive, thriving and totally unapologetic.

The adaptation of Laura Wade’s 2010 play “Posh” centers on an elite Oxford club for high society types and a raucous night out that ends in tragedy and a cover-up. 702 more words

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"How'd you make an Eton mess? Tell him he only got into Bristol!" - The Riot Club

Lone Scherfig’s The Riot Club will have you laughing until you’re suddenly not as these filthy, rich, spoilt, rotten elite’s get lost in their hierarchical world where it’s all about who you know and how much money you’ve got. 528 more words

Trailer Time: “The Riot Club”

The Riot Club: an exclusive male club at Oxford University for the insanely rich and incredibly spoiled. What happens when the people in this club go too far? 129 more words

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Genre Grandeur - An Education (2009) - Film Grimoire

For this month’s next entry for Genre Grandeur February – Coming of Age movie’s, here’s a review of An Education (2009) by Anna of Film Grimoire… 800 more words

Genre Grandeur

Anna (Film Grimoire) reblogged this and commented:

February's Genre Grandeur over at MovieRob focuses on coming of age films; a genre filled to the brim with developmental crises and life lessons. I reviewed An Education (2009), a film I enjoy very much. As always, check out the other Genre Grandeur reviews for this month as well! Additionally, I was honoured to be given the opportunity to choose the next focus for March Genre Grandeur. I chose Latin Director films, which is not technically a genre but I'm really excited about it anyway. Thanks Rob! If you love Latin directors be sure to join in!