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Film review | A Late Quartet – Beautiful playing from a classy foursome (shame about the odd false note)
Set in the rarefied world of chamber music, A Late Quartet is a film that exudes elegance and class. And it finds four superb actors at the top of their game, fully inhabiting their characters and pulling off the difficult … Continue reading
Bob Rafelson’s cult 1970 film Five Easy Pieces returns to the big screen this month – gloriously restored by Sony Pictures for its 40th anniversary. Boasting a career best performance by Jack Nicholson in the lead role, Rafelson’s movie is … Continue reading
Back in the mid-1990s British director Bernard Rose attempted to do for Beethoven what Amadeus did for Mozart. Yet whereas Milos Forman’s 1984 Mozart movie was almost universally feted, scooping up a slew of Oscars and millions at the box … Continue reading