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    Film of the week: Frances Ha

    Floating on a magnificent performance by co-writer Greta Gerwig, Noah Baumbach’s retro portrait of modern love in New York could have used some sting, says Sophie Mayer.

    Sophie Mayer
    Friday 26 July 2013

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    Film of the week: Wadjda

    The first Saudi teen rebel girl’s bike movie has its eyes on the prize, says Hannah McGill.

    Hannah McGill
    Friday 19 July 2013

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    Film of the week: Blancanieves

    Hot on the heels of The Artist, Tabu and Frankenweenie, this silent Spanish-Cinderella fantasia is a gloriously entertaining rumination on families, film history, fairytales and Spanish folklore, says Mar Diestro-Dópido.

    Mar Diestro-Dópido
    Friday 12 July 2013

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    Pacific Rim

    Guillermo del Toro’s metal-monster sci-fi has the awesome to give you nosebleeds – but protagonists who seem long ago lobotomised, says Kim Newman.

    Kim Newman
    Friday 12 July 2013

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    Film of the week: A Field in England

    The English Civil War is but fog in Ben Wheatley’s oblique, ominous and wickedly idiosyncratic barney through the old weird England, says Philip Kemp.

    Philip Kemp
    Friday 5 July 2013

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    Film of the week: Night of Silence

    A too-young bride, a too-old groom, the ghosts of the past and a long night of two souls: Reis Celik’s spartan marital-chamber drama is less Before Sunrise than Scheherazade, says Philip Kemp.

    Philip Kemp
    Friday 28 June 2013

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    Film of the week: Stories We Tell

    Sarah Polley revisits her love-tied mother, their knotty family and the dawning of women’s lib in this richly reflexive documentary, says Sophie Mayer.

    Sophie Mayer
    Friday 28 June 2013

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  • The Pub

    Joseph Pierce completes his rotoscope trilogy in masterful, macabre style, writes Gaia Meucci.

    Gaia Meucci
    Monday 24 June 2013

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    Film of the week: Like Someone in Love

    In his furthest-flung excursion yet, Iranian master Abbas Kiarostami asks age-old questions in modern Tokyo with a very mixed-up trio looking for love in the wrongs ways and wrong places. Tony Rayns is impressed.

    Tony Rayns
    Friday 21 June 2013

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    Film of the week: Before Midnight

    Life – middle-aged, familial, digital – has caught up with Before Sunset’s Jesse and Celine; but their love is not quite eclipsed, sees Sukhdev Sandhu.

    Sukhdev Sandhu
    Friday 21 June 2013

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