Brotherhood: Taegukgi (2004) [Review]

“Brotherhood: Taegukgi” shows the horrendous events that took place on the front line during the Korean War. Spawned out of Cold War tensions, divisions created post-World War 2 and included 3 of the worlds military heavyweights (US, Russia & China), this was a brutal, unforgiving and costly war. 481 more words

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BBC Four - Bollywood & Beyond

Last night on BBC Four there was an excellent show presented by Sanjeev Bhaskar, around the history of Bollywood cinema. It was a great introduction and exploration into such a vast cinematic landscape. 326 more words

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Grigris (2013) [Review]

Grigris is the Palme d’Or nominated, Academy Award submission from Chadian director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun. While it did not feature in the official selection, it has received widespread acclaim since its release, and was picked up for distribution by both Netflix & Film Movement. 368 more words


Oslo, August 31st [Review]

This film is my first experience of watching something by renowned Norwegian director & writer Joachim Trier. With his newest feature Louder Than Bombs starring Jesse Eisenberg being released later this year, I wanted to familiarise myself with his work and see what was in store for us further down the line. 354 more words

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The Robber (2010) [Review]

The Robber is a simple film. Minimalist in execution, but fraught with tension that excites and thrills. Unlike the lead of the film, this is a plot that is easy to keep up with, as a marathon runner decides to throw caution to the wind of the usual robbery techniques and evade the police on foot. 420 more words

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