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Issue 72

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Charlotte Ritchie could very easily be anyone’s best friend. You probably know her face from her breakout role in Fresh Meat as the exceptionally annoying Oregon; or her sophomore series stint on Call The Midwife as the enthusiastically lovable, and

A meditation on the consequences of grief, All Of Us Strangers is a time-slipping, supernatural drama like you’ve never seen before. Adapted from the 1987 Japanese novel by Taichi Yamada, Andrew Haigh transposes the Tokyo-set story into contemporary London, using

orgos Lanthimos unveils a whole new world in this luxurious, horny, and hedonistic telling of Alasdair’s Gray’s 1992 novel. Adapted by frequent collaborator Tony McNamara (who also penned Lanthimos’ previous outing The Favourite which saw Olivia Colman clinch an Academy

Miyazaki is something of a legend in the film industry. No, as a matter of fact he is a legend. So when he announced that The Boy And The Heron (Japanese title: How Do You Live?) would be his final

Where is our technological evolution taking us? As the industry defrosts from a two-fold strike with the threat of artificial intelligence at the heart of the contention, Christos Nikous’ Fingernails appears, almost, to come out at the perfect time.

Molly Manning Walker’s evocative, neon-clad debut no doubt treads familiar ground for countless adults in the United Kingdom as it brings to life the post-exam mates holiday many adventured on as a somewhat rite of passage as teenagers.

merald Fennell’s sophomore showing draws us into the beautiful, violent privilege of mid-00s Oxford alongside the terrifically enchanted Oliver, portrayed by the bountiful, though slightly miscast, Barry Keoghan (he’s much too old for this and his so-called Merseyside accent leaves

Todd Haynes brings to life Samy Burch’s acerbic tale of an actress preparing for — what she hopes to be — the role of a lifetime in a scandalous biopic about an illicit romance that gripped the tabloids decades earlier.

"Hope is a thing with feathers.”  Emily Dickinson THE EDITOR'S NOTE I think eulogies are shit. How do you sum up a life in a few short paragraphs that portrays the role of that very person to everyone perched on the pews that