Under director Bartlett Sher, Oslo’s running time of three hours including interval zips along with barely a lull in the action.
Author Archive | Mark Ludmon
With its twists and revelations, The Whip Hand works as a gripping family drama, but it also cleverly explores our sense of responsibility and what drives it.
But, while politics lurks in the background, Nassim is about the things that are common to all of us beyond language and cultural differences.
This is a brave performance, especially as Sam admits that, in his industry, people – especially men – don’t tend to talk about their problems.
My Real Life weaves a spell that keeps you gripped throughout despite it being 90 minutes of Noel simply sat in an armchair speaking into a tape recorder. It has an aching poignancy and shows us how easy it can be to lose hold of the best things in your life without realising until years […]
Woke passionately alerts us to the ongoing struggle to overcome the historical flaws in American society over race that continue into the present day.
Sharply written and winningly performed by Barker-Wren, Cow provides plenty of laughs and visually memorable moments, sometimes verging on unashamed silliness
Dolan gives a powerfully underplayed performance, avoiding sensationalism but exploring the issues in a way that is unsettling and uncomfortable