Patrick Mulcahy on a Guantanamo Bay-set legal thriller oddity
Patrick Mulcahy on a moment of hope and expectation
Patrick Mulcahy on a 21st century Les Miserables
Patrick Mulcahy on gestures of solidarity in Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods
Patrick Mulcahy on the birth of modern Women’s Lib
Patrick Mulcahy on a tense portrait of rich and poor in South Korea
Patrick Mulcahy on Tarantino’s 60s Hollywood pastiche
Zoe Mavroudi on Leaving Neverland and leaving behind our glittery illusions
Patrick Mulcahy on a slow burner about have-nots When it comes to the work of American writer-director S. Craig Zahler, I have arrived late to...
Zoe Mavroudi on Colette’s literature and masochism Director Wash Westmoreland’s beautiful, discreet film, Colette, dramatises an anecdote from the great writer’s first marriage. Her husband...
Patrick Mulcahy on Mike Leigh’s homage to Peterloo 200 years on Peterloo is writer-director Mike Leigh’s most ambitious film to date – and one of...
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