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This part-adaptation of Julie Maroh’s graphic-novel saga of a lesbian love affair trades a new voice for the same old male gaze, says Sophie Mayer.
Tony Rayns counts the ways in which Joshua Oppenheimer’s exposé of Indonesia’s bloodstained rulers is suspect.
Paolo Sorrentino’s return to Italy is a stupendous great gulp of cinema, says Roger Clarke.
Andrew Bujalski trips back to the 1980s, before we were socially networked. By Anton Bitel.
Ridley Scott, Cormac McCarthy and a 24-carat cast set an unerring course to hell, says Philip Kemp (admiringly).
Maja Borg’s innovative documentary looks for ways to overcome a failed economic system (and heartbreak). By Carmen Gray.
Sea lives meet amphibious cameras meet a hulking war machine: Nick Pinkerton welcomes you to a documentary like nothing you’ve seen (or felt).