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We kick off 2013 with a powerful programme exploring alternative perspectives on family values.
PROGRAMME 2: STATISTIC [...]
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, [...]
The working title was Deceit; the replacement one provides a fitting label both for the film itself, in which a graveyard features prominently, and for a thematic strand that had dominated Hitchcock’s output from start to finish. Family Plot has [...]
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 [...]
Director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal, the team behind The Hurt Locker, expand their ambitions in this epic account of the hunt for Osama Bin Laden. Forget any notions of triumphalism now however, since the film offers a bracing [...]
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