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BFI LFF Review

SAUVAGE

Sauvage reminds the spectator of the dazzling constellation of sex and sexuality

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Interview

SAUVAGE: IN CONVERSATION WITH CAMILLE VIDAL-NAQUET & FÉLIX MARITAUD

“We were not really thinking about his history, his future, where he comes from, only about what he feels in the scenes.”

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MUBI Review

KNIFE + HEART

A thrilling pseudo-pornographic crime giallo

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BFI LFF Review

SCHOOL’S OUT

Sub-par French thriller explores playground extremism

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Review

DOWNSIZING

Stereotypes, gross humour and lazy writing make this an insignificant comedy

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BFI LFF Review

THELMA

A philosophically ambitious feast for the senses

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BFI LFF Review

THE SHAPE OF WATER

A commentary on the depth of connection that can exist should we be willing to take the plunge

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Review

GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

A touching portrait of juvenile isolation and one of the best romances in recent years

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Review

BABY DRIVER

Highly entertaining heist thriller doesn’t quite break the speed limit

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Review

LOGAN LUCKY

Lazy humour and poor treatment marks a forgettable comedy from Steven Soderbergh