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Tyrannosaur

Tyrannosaur

Sarah Ward October 25, 2011 0

Powerful might be the most appropriate term, however the word does not even begin to describe Paddy Considine’s compelling, confronting, contemplative and unexpectedly cathartic Tyrannosaur, an emotive exploration of the underside of British poverty.

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The Hunter

The Hunter

Sarah Ward October 3, 2011 0

As the concise title suggests, Daniel Nettheim’s nuanced big screen adaptation of Julia Leigh’s novel  The Hunter ponders the enigmatic man and his moving Tasmanian mission, with the finessed feature unravelling a mystery on multiple levels.

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Melancholia

Melancholia

Sarah Ward August 5, 2011 0

The latest film by divisive Danish auteur Lars von Trier (Breaking the Waves), the accomplished and ambitious exploration of the extremes of the emotional spectrum that is Melancholia ranks amongst his enlightening, astounding best.

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The Trip

The Trip

Sarah Ward June 30, 2011 0

Whilst neither are household names outside their home continent, comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon have enjoyed fruitful careers for over two decades. From the small screen to the larger canvas, each has carved

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Justin Kurzel on ‘Snowtown’

Justin Kurzel on ‘Snowtown’

Sarah Ward May 17, 2011 0

Since the grim and gruesome news of the ‘bodies in the barrels’ murders filtered through the media over a decade ago, the small South Australian town of Snowtown has been synonymous with one of

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