Director Michael Haneke explores the meaning of love in this deeply affecting character drama which deservedly won the 2012 Cannes Palme d’Or. Police break in to a central Paris apartment uncertain what awaits them, and the story behind these tragic... Read More
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There will be a Q&A with director Ian Fitzgibbon hosted by Newstalk’s Philip Molloy following the 18.20 screening of his film on November 30th.
Shown to fantastic audience response as the Closing Gala of this year’s Jameson Dublin International Film... Read More
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If the confrontational Kill List placed Ben Wheatley among British cinema’s most incendiary new talents, this latest exercise in ultra-black comedy and squirm-inducing social observation certainly confirms it. If the idea of blending, say, Mike Leigh’s Nuts in May with... Read More
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He’s played a Viking warrior in Valhalla Rising, a revolutionary physician in A Royal Affair and even set about 007’s gentlemanly parts in Casino Royale; clearly, there are few limits to Mads Mikkelsen’s abilities, and winning the Best Actor Award... Read More
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Following the elemental There Will be Blood was always going to be a challenge for writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson, so this latest drama operates on a more intimate scale, yet with hardly less expressive intensity.
America, post-WWII, and traumatised ex-sailor... Read More
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