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Movie Review: The Lost City Of Z

James Gray is a genius. He must be. Everyone says so. Since sloping onto the arthouse scene in 1995 with the comically melancholy Russian Jewish shoegazing hitman drama Little Odessa and earning a Silver Bear...
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Movie Review: Toni Erdmann

When his beloved dog dies, aging hippy piano teacher Winfried (Peter Simonischek) decides to pay his estranged 30-something daughter, corporate high-flyer Ines (Sandra Hüller), an impromptu visit in an...
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Movie Review: Panic

Physically and psychologically scarred after a brutal attack, agoraphobic music journalist Andrew (Interstellar’s David Gyasi) lives a solitary existence, hermetically sealed in his high-rise flat, never...
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Movie Review: The Brother

“Nobody is who you imagine them to be. We are probably a bit of a mystery even to ourselves.  In the end what matters is how many marks you’ve left behind.” Someone trying to leave as few marks...
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DVD Review: Disorder

Back from a tour of duty in Afghanistan with intermittent hearing loss and a major case of PTSD, French Special Forces soldier Vincent (Matthias Schoenaerts) takes a temporary security job, with some other...