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Film review | The Perks of Being a Wallflower – Shy teen blossoms with a little help from his friends
Fans of popular novels often gripe when beloved books get turned into films, but lovers of 1999 bestseller The Perks of Being a Wallflower should have no complaint with this heartfelt screen adaptation – writer-director Stephen Chbosky just happens to … Continue reading
Shakespeare meets David Bowie in Hunky Dory, a joyful, uplifting musical drama set in a Swansea secondary school during the long hot summer of 1976. Minnie Driver stars as the school’s idealistic, mildly bohemian drama teacher, Vivienne, who decides to … Continue reading
The 55th London Film Festival reaches its climax tonight with the gala screening of Terence Davies’ screen adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea. Last night, however, was the festival’s occasion to hand out its gongs. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke … Continue reading
Japanese director Nagisa Oshima’s notorious 1976 film In the Realm of the Senses no longer sends the censors into a moral frenzy but it remains a genuinely shocking work of art. Also known by its Japanese title Ai no Corrida … Continue reading
Ricky Gervais’s first feature film on home soil sees him returning to the Reading suburbs of his youth. Perhaps nostalgia has rubbed off some of his edge for with Cemetery Junction he’s come up with a surprisingly conservative coming-of-age comedy … Continue reading