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    Film of the week: No

    Rebranding the revolution, 1980s style. Pablo Larraín’s latest is a wicked satire of the fall of Chile’s dictatorship, with Gael García Bernal’s ad man as pied piper.

    Demetrios Matheou
    Friday 8 February 2013

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    Film of the week: I Wish

    This latest from the director of After Life is a magnificent fable of a broken family dreaming of reunion as Japan’s bullet train comes to their island. Tony Rayns sees a master at work.

    Tony Rayns
    Friday 8 February 2013

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  • Girl Walk // All Day

    David Jenkins clicks his heels mouse and is whisked away to a musical Manhattan wonderland.

    David Jenkins
    Sunday 3 February 2013

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    Film of the week: Antiviral

    Chilly, macabre and transgressive, Brandon Cronenberg’s dystopian celebrity satire thoroughly earns the epithet Cronenbergian, says Anton Bitel.

    Anton Bitel
    Friday 1 February 2013

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    Film of the week: Bullhead

    Matthias Schoenaerts’ soulful portrait of a traumatised hulk is the key to this Belgian cattle-doping film noir, says Paul Tickell.

    Paul Tickell
    Friday 1 February 2013

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  • Ekki Múkk

    In a new series of web-video recommendations, Agnieszka Gratza picks out Nick Abrahams’ award-winning sylvan fantasia on a Sigur Rós song.

    Agnieszka Gratza
    Tuesday 29 January 2013

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    Film of the week: Lincoln

    Steven Spielberg’s biopic of America’s Great Emancipator, war and oratory take a backseat to the political art of backroom persuasion, finds Nick Pinkerton.

    Nick Pinkerton
    Friday 25 January 2013

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    Film of the week: Django Unchained

    Quentin Tarantino’s latest genre brew stirs blaxploitation and spaghetti western flavours to redress America’s bloody history of slavery. Or is it the other way around, asks Nick Pinkerton?

    Nick Pinkerton
    Friday 18 January 2013

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    Film of the week: What Richard Did

    Straight out of Ireland’s stockbroker belt, Lenny Abrahamson’s latest is both subtle political allegory and powerful moral drama, says Hannah McGill.

    Hannah McGill
    Friday 11 January 2013

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    Film of the week: Hors Satan

    Bruno Dumont’s pantheist parable of a silent supernatural ‘healer’ has its inconsistencies – but also a berserk integrity, admits Tony Rayns.

    Tony Rayns
    Friday 4 January 2013

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