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    Film of the week: Le Week-end

    Age and its discontents take the Parisian air in Roger Michell and Hanif Kureishi’s deft romcom, finds Lisa Mullen.

    Lisa Mullen
    Friday 11 October 2013

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    Film of the week: Camp 14 Total Control Zone

    Anton Bitel on a stark, first-hand documentary testimony to Orwellian horrors in a North Korean labour camp.

    Anton Bitel
    Thursday 3 October 2013

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    Film of the week: Blue Jasmine

    Woody Allen makes fumbling contact with contemporary hard times – and pulls out the tragi-comic stops with his best ensemble cast in years, says Nick Pinkerton.

    Nick Pinkerton
    Thursday 26 September 2013

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    Prisoners

    Dread is the main dish in Denis Villeneuve’s brooding child-abduction thriller, says Kate Stables.

    Kate Stables
    Thursday 26 September 2013

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    Film of the week: Kelly + Victor

    Two fevered lovers transcend their Liverpool binds in a dangerous, electric romance. Trevor Johnston gets fired up.

    Trevor Johnston
    Friday 20 September 2013

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  • Adrift

    Dylan Cave on an ambitious meditation on exile in the Arctic circle.

    Dylan Cave
    Wednesday 18 September 2013

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    Film of the week: In a World…

    Lake Bell takes on voiceover acting’s glass ceiling in a fresh and savvy ensemble showbiz comedy, says Adam Nayman.

    Adam Nayman
    Friday 13 September 2013

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    Film of the week: Museum Hours

    A security guard’s meditations at Vienna’s Museum of Art History, and his relationship with a lonely American visitor, open up into speculations on art, the city, love and life in the hands of Jem Cohen, lyrical poet of the overlooked, says Isabel Stevens.

    Isabel Stevens
    Friday 6 September 2013

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    Film of the week: The Stuart Hall Project

    Cultural critic and New Left fountainhead Stuart Hall meets the mood music of Miles Davis and the reflective screen poetry of John Akomfrah in this multifaceted portrait of a thinker and his times, writes Ashley Clark.

    Ashley Clark
    Thursday 5 September 2013

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  • Another

    Chris Robinson stumbles upon that ultra-rare student animation that warrants its 17-minute running time. Is this Au hasard bear?

    Chris Robinson
    Monday 2 September 2013

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