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Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go

Sarah Ward March 27, 2011 0

A beautiful, emotional and remarkable science fiction tale, Mark Romanek’s  profound and powerful adaptation of  Kazuo Ishiguro’s best-selling novel Never Let Me Go takes hold of the audience from the opening, and acts as the telling title suggests. 

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The future of intelligence: Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day

The future of intelligence: Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Sarah Ward February 24, 2011 0

In the hierarchy of Earthly intelligence, humanity reigns supreme. With the smarts of the animal kingdom considered inferior to those of homo sapiens due to our mastery of language (rightly or wrongly), for millennia

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The future of procreation: Gattaca and Children Of Men

The future of procreation: Gattaca and Children Of Men

Sarah Ward January 11, 2011 0

Procreation is a popular cinematic subject, informing all manner of inane comedies about the desire for and perils of parenthood. Spanning a variety of efforts perhaps best characterised as the good (Knocked Up), the

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Brisbane International Film Festival: Day 6

Sarah Ward November 11, 2010 0

With opening night now a week in the past, and days 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 going along swimmingly, let’s dive in to day 6 of the 19th annual Brisbane International Film Festival.

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