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Posh Persona: Alex Ross Perry’s Queen Of Earth (2015) – cinema review

Posh Persona: Alex Ross Perry’s Queen Of Earth (2015) – cinema review

A psychological thriller and sort-of satire that confirms Perry as the go-to guy for literate chronicles of monied dysfunction. Queen Of..

June 28, 2016 with 0 Comments
You Had To Be There: Mia Hansen-Love’s Eden (2014) – in cinemas

You Had To Be There: Mia Hansen-Love’s Eden (2014) – in cinemas

The promise of a sub-cultural document of life inside the French techno boom proves elusive; it’s just the same old song with a faster..

July 24, 2015 with 0 Comments
Crit Lit: Alex Ross Perry’s Listen Up Philip (2014) – in cinemas

Crit Lit: Alex Ross Perry’s Listen Up Philip (2014) – in cinemas

A new voice? Perry borrows the affectations of literate, highbrow indie filmmaking in order to condemn their certainties, and warn against..

June 2, 2015 with 0 Comments
We’ll Always Have Barranca – Howard Hawks’ Only Angels Have Wings (1939) – in cinemas

We’ll Always Have Barranca – Howard Hawks’ Only Angels Have Wings (1939) – in cinemas

The amazing title – at once wittily sardonic and swooningly romantic – doesn’t lie. The film that accompanies it is one of classic..

May 13, 2015 with 0 Comments
Hormonal Haiku: Gregg Araki’s White Bird In A Blizzard (2014) – cinema review

Hormonal Haiku: Gregg Araki’s White Bird In A Blizzard (2014) – cinema review

A notably mature handling of perennial themes by a one-time enfant terrible, this is so exquisitely measured that Araki has no room for his..

March 6, 2015 with 0 Comments
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