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Magic Film, Drama and Radio Review: Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood in Love with the Proper Stranger, Impeachment, Things We Forgot to Remember
Love with The Proper Stranger - Classic Film of the Month Love with The Proper Stranger is an extraordinary and important film in any era, let alone 1963. It stars Natalie Wood and the prince of cool Steve McQueen as two people who have a one night stand after a
The Dig - An Elegy to Life, Death, the Cosmos and The Fantastic Basil Brown, Archaeologist Extraordinaire!
The Dig - A Review By leading arts and culture journalist Alison Jane Reid. AJ describes The Dig as Simon Stone's elegy to life, death, the cosmos and the fantastic Mr Basil Brown, archaeologist and astronomer extraordinaire!
Support Our Crowdfunded Feature on Out of Africa starring Meryl Streep and Robert RedfordOut of Africa Crowdfunded Review and Sustainable Fashion Story Out of Africa is one of the few epic films that has succeeded in capturing the wild, restless, irresistible heart of Africa. A world that was on the
As a result of the mixed reviews being published about Bohemian Rhapsody, I went into the cinema unsure of what to expect. I had heard the pace was slow, the content was exaggerated, and most of all, that it hid Freddie Mercury’s bisexuality. But for me, those reviews couldn’
Film Review Our Souls At Night I loved every minute of the film Our Souls At Night. At last, a profoundly moving, intelligent, gentle caress of a film, about ageing, human frailty, the importance of family and love, based on Kent Haruf’s beloved last novel written with the knowledge