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A roll call of ex-heads of Israel’s internal security service offers frank and pungent testimony on that country’s conflicted history, finds Trevor Johnston.
Blue Valentine writer-director Derek Cianfrance moves his ambitions up several gears with this expansive, bifurcated epic about adolescent sons and absent fathers, writes Thirza Wakefield.
A young family hits the road to nowhere in Dominga Sotomayor’s girl’s-eye portrait of adult heart wrench, writes Hannah McGill.
Do beers maketh David Lynch’s men, wonders Michael Zunenshine?
Postcode peace rears its tentative head in Penny Woolcock’s intrepid Birmingham gang documentary, says Philip Kemp.
The director of Birmingham gang-peace documentary One Mile Away talks outsider empathy, police harassment and social-enterprise DVD giveaways with Ashley Clark.