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Occupied City: Steve McQueen continues his impressive run depicting the burden of history on the present

Steve McQueen uses contemporary footage of Amsterdam to track what were sites of resistance and atrocity during the Nazi occupation of the city in this compelling documentary.

By Roger Luckhurst

Occupied City: Steve McQueen continues his impressive run depicting the burden of history on the present
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The Zone of Interest second look review: the horrors of Auschwitz are ever present in Jonathan Glazer’s haunting family drama

By Roger Luckhurst

The Zone of Interest second look review: the horrors of Auschwitz are ever present in Jonathan Glazer’s haunting family drama
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Space is the place

By Roger Luckhurst

Space is the place
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The Exorcist: Believer is weighed down by the legend of William Friedkin’s original

By Roger Luckhurst

The Exorcist: Believer is weighed down by the legend of William Friedkin’s original
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Stephen King on Screen: a gushing tribute to King

By Roger Luckhurst

Stephen King on Screen: a gushing tribute to King
Features

Island of lost souls: Mark Jenkin on Enys Men

By Roger Luckhurst

Island of lost souls: Mark Jenkin on Enys Men
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In What Did Jack Do?, David Lynch debriefs a monkey

By Roger Luckhurst

In What Did Jack Do?, David Lynch debriefs a monkey
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The Comey Rule tolls the bell for Washington noblesse

By Roger Luckhurst

The Comey Rule tolls the bell for Washington noblesse
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Last and First Men review: Jóhann Jóhannsson’s apocalyptic dispatch from the future

By Roger Luckhurst

Last and First Men review: Jóhann Jóhannsson’s apocalyptic dispatch from the future
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