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Luzzu casts its net with a devoted Maltese fisher as storm clouds gather
Alex Camilleri’s impressive debut evokes the traditions and dwindling options for proud fisher and family man Jesmark as the tide retreats on his way of life.
By Nikki Baughan
Holy Spider ensnares us in an Iranian psycho killer’s gruesome misogyny
By John Bleasdale
Triangle of Sadness: Ruben Östlund’s savage castaway satire finds humanity all at sea
By Christina Newland
Alex Garland on Men, his shapeshifting rural chiller: “All folk horror owes The Wicker Man something”
By Lou Thomas
Crimes of the Future: insurgent surgery with David Cronenberg’s plastic people
By Giovanni Marchini Camia
Aftersun peers through rosy girlhood memories to a father’s hidden gloom
By Leigh Singer
New ways of being: how queer Asian films are moving beyond identity politics
By Ren Scateni
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