The slave plantation era of the pre-Civil War South gets an epic re-write in Tarantino’s talky, blood-splattered Spaghetti Western, which owes much to both Sergio Corbucci’s original Django (1969) and Richard Fleischer’s lurid melodrama Mandingo (1975).
Part homage, part pastiche,... Read More
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A unique project, even by the standards of the ever-enterprising Michael Winterbottom, this family drama was shot over a period of five years to capture the authentic passing of time in a story about a husband and... Read More
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Ireland on Sunday is our monthly showcase for new Irish film.
This absorbing documentary tells the epic story of Majdal Shams, one of the few remaining Arab villages in the Israeli occupied Golan Heights. Filmed over three years from 2009... Read More
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Exactly what happened to one Spanish family during the tsunami which hit the Thai coastline on St. Stephen’s Day, 2004 is brought to the screen with staggering intensity in this extraordinary celluloid achievement. Director J.A. Bayona showed promise with his previous... Read More
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Hitchcock often repeated himself, but The Man Who Knew Too Much is his only direct remake. This later version has more charismatic stars in Doris Day and James Stewart, lavish locations, songs, colour, and superior production values, and a case... Read More
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In this witty and touching true-life story we meet the remarkable Mark O’Brien, who’s graduated from university, works as a journalist and writes poetry – notwithstanding the childhood polio which has left him paralysed from the neck down, and spending... Read More
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