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Spanish Film ‘The Realm’ Reveals Political Duplicity – Review

The Realm opens inconspicuously – a man in a suit finishes a phone call while staring out to sea. The camera tracks him as he crosses the sand, walks up the grass to a restaurant, through the back door into the kitchen where he lifts a platter of shrimp and strides into the dining room of the restaurant.

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Unnerving First Trailer for ‘Hereditary’ Director’s New Film ‘Midsommar’

After the success of Hereditary (2018), film fans have been anxiously awaiting director Ari Aster’s next movie and if the unnerving trailer for Midsommar is anything to go by, it’s going to be another gripping ride.

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‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Marks the End of a Decades-Long Journey for Terry Gilliam

This film is not one to watch while scrolling through your phone – you’ll need to have your eyes glued to the screen if you’re to make any sense of the glorious mess that is Terry Gilliam’s latest feature film.

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Teen Romance Film ‘Five Feet Apart’ is Sickly Sweet – Review

I grew up in the golden era of sick-lit films. Ansel Elgort with his constant un-smoked cigarette as a metaphor in The Fault in Our Stars (2014)? The conceived-as-a-bone-marrow-donor-for-her-terminally-ill-sister Anna and the subsequent tragic outcome in My Sister’s Keeper (2009)? Give me, give me, give me.

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‘Sometimes Always Never’ Review – Mostly Incredibly Sweet

Suppose you had the option in a game of Scrabble to play the word SACCHARINE or ANARCHIC. Saccharine, meaning excessively sweet and sentimental, and anarchic, much to do with lacking control over circumstances, are both worth more than 15 points but also summarise the range of emotions experienced by Bill Nighy and company in the 2019 British drama-comedy, Sometimes Always Never.

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