LFF 2023 – SALTBURN

Saltburn knows it looks good. It’s just a shame it doesn’t know which story to tell: coming of age, satire of the upper classes, or slasher horror. Saltburn tells the story of Oliver Quick who…

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Film Review – FEMME

Femme is an outstanding debut film. If you like your revenge served cold and fierce then this is the film for you.  Jules, a drag artist (Nathan Stewart Jarrett) is violently attacked by racist thugs,…

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LFF 2023: POOR THINGS

Poor Things is a visually stunning and thought provoking film, based on the book of the same name directed by Yorgos Lanthimos. Poor Things feels as if it’s a feminist take on the Frankenstein story…

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LFF 2023: THE BOOK OF CLARENCE

The Book of Clarence is a bonkers modern take about a man who attempts to become the 13th apostle of Jesus. Or, might he actually be the messiah? We’ve all got used to sanitised and…

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LFF 2023: Killers of the Flower Moon

Killers of the Flower Moon never really manages to show the Osage People in all their majesty. It is visually stunning, well directed, acted, and has some incredible lines of dialogue but it always feels…

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