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Where Hands Touch Review

Amma Asante is one of the more exciting directors working today. Belle is a genuinely powerful glimpse into the history of race relations in 18th-Century England. A United Kingdom may not be as great as Belle,...
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Transit Review

Where fictional literary adaptations risk little in terms of causing offense (hello Shakespeare), 2018 German-drama Transit walks the fine line between poetic licensing and insensitivity by transitioning the h...
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Son of Saul Review

Upon the screen turning black and Son of Saul’s opening text appearing on screen, the lady who I found myself sitting next to commented to her friend ‘this isn't another holocaust film is it?’ It appears that h...