‘Love him or hate him, a new film by David Cronenberg always gives the discerning punter cause for celebration: if, after all, a resoundingly cerebral – not to mention gloriously perverse – filmmaker like Cronenberg can continue to find gainful employment four decades into one of the most profoundly out-there careers in modern cinema, then there is hope’ – on Cronenberg and his star-studded release, A Dangerous Method (opening at the IFI today) writes Derek O’Connor in our blog [read more].
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: SHALL WE DANCE?
BEAU IS AFRAID
CONTEMPT | LE MÉPRIS
13.00, 18.30 (OC)
THE EIGHT MOUNTAINS
THELMA & LOUISE
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