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The Eight Mountains is a sublime saga of male friendship in the high Alps

Felix van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch’s adaptation of Paolo Cognetti’s novel tracks two boys’ deepening bond as men apart from society and at one with nature.

By John Bleasdale

The Eight Mountains is a sublime saga of male friendship in the high Alps
Festivals

Enys Men: Mark Jenkin entrances with lichen on a phantasmic Cornish stone island

By Virginie Sélavy

Enys Men: Mark Jenkin entrances with lichen on a phantasmic Cornish stone island
5 things to watch

5 things to watch this weekend – 20 to 22 May

By Samuel Wigley

5 things to watch this weekend – 20 to 22 May
Reviews

Emergency digs high racial satire from broad frat-buddy jeopardy

By Jason Anderson

Emergency digs high racial satire from broad frat-buddy jeopardy
News

Mark Jenkin’s new film Enys Men to be distributed by the BFI

Mark Jenkin’s new film Enys Men to be distributed by the BFI
From the Sight and Sound archive

RoboCop review: a flamboyant indictment of American society

By Sean French

RoboCop review: a flamboyant indictment of American society
Reviews

Top Gun: Maverick shows Tom Cruise can still get his rockets off

By Kim Newman

Top Gun: Maverick shows Tom Cruise can still get his rockets off
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