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Hunt: Lee Jung-jae’s spy thriller goes for breakneck bombast

The Squid Game star turns actor-director with this energetic if overladen action spectacular involving moles and political assassins in the early-1980s Korean CIA.

By Lou Thomas

Hunt: Lee Jung-jae’s spy thriller goes for breakneck bombast
Reviews

Between Two Worlds: Juliette Binoche goes down and covert as a ferry cleaner

By Gabrielle Marceau

Between Two Worlds: Juliette Binoche goes down and covert as a ferry cleaner
Reviews

Moonage Daydream trips David Bowie’s sound and light fantastic

By Sam Davies

Moonage Daydream trips David Bowie’s sound and light fantastic
From the Sight and Sound archive

Get Carter review: a clinical, cynical film noir for 1970s Britain

By Tom Milne

Get Carter review: a clinical, cynical film noir for 1970s Britain
Festivals

Harka rages against rising desperation in post-revolutionary Tunisia

By John Bleasdale

Harka rages against rising desperation in post-revolutionary Tunisia
10 great

10 great home invasion films

By Elena Lazic

10 great home invasion films
Reviews

Luzzu casts its net with a devoted Maltese fisher as storm clouds gather

By Nikki Baughan

Luzzu casts its net with a devoted Maltese fisher as storm clouds gather
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