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DVD review | Rust and Bone – Jacques Audiard’s riveting romance: a melodrama that isn’t melodramatic
The plot of Rust and Bone is pure melodrama: a trainer of killer whales (Marion Cottilard) loses her legs in an accident and then begins a relationship with a bare-knuckle-boxing single father (Matthias Schoenaerts). What could be more luridly contrived? … Continue reading
The plot of Rust and Bone is pure melodrama: a trainer of killer whales loses her legs in an accident and then begins a relationship with a bare-knuckle-boxing single father. What could be more luridly contrived? Yet French director Jacques … Continue reading
French director Jacques Audiard’s gripping prison drama A Prophet is a further sign that European cinema is currently giving Hollywood a hiding when it comes to making exciting and intelligent crime movies. In the last year or so, Italian Mafia … Continue reading
The 53rd BFI London Film Festival came to a resounding rock ‘n’ roll close last night with the world premiere of Nowhere Boy, artist-turned-director Sam Taylor-Wood’s impressive biopic about John Lennon’s teenage years. I thought Taylor-Wood looked every inch the … Continue reading