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Man in Room 301 is a Nordic drama that sees a simmering family feud boil over

The scenery may be surprisingly sunny but it’s dark drama and familial unrest that come to the fore in this disquieting – if sometimes repetitive – Finnish murder mystery.

By Philip Kemp

Man in Room 301 is a Nordic drama that sees a simmering family feud boil over
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IWOW: I Walk on Water is a sprawling, frustrating New York City symphony

By Alex Ramon

IWOW: I Walk on Water is a sprawling, frustrating New York City symphony
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Bloodlands dredges up Northern Ireland’s troubled past

By Trevor Johnston

Bloodlands dredges up Northern Ireland’s troubled past
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How the movies woke up to jazz

By Tom Milne

How the movies woke up to jazz
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The Drifters is a stylish road movie cramped by little England

By Trevor Johnston

The Drifters is a stylish road movie cramped by little England
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The Night fills a haunted hotel with manifestations of migrant paranoia

By Kim Newman

The Night fills a haunted hotel with manifestations of migrant paranoia
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ZeroZeroZero is a globetrotting narcotics thriller where power is the real drug

By Nikki Baughan

ZeroZeroZero is a globetrotting narcotics thriller where power is the real drug
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Godzilla vs. Kong is a giant alpha-male roughhouse

By Kim Newman

Godzilla vs. Kong is a giant alpha-male roughhouse
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Undine is a modern-day fairytale romance, between diver and water nymph

By Jonathan Romney

Undine is a modern-day fairytale romance, between diver and water nymph
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Framing Britney Spears joins the shame game

By Hannah McGill

Framing Britney Spears joins the shame game
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Minari puts faith in the verdant fields of a Korean family’s Arkansas farm

By Philip Kemp

Minari puts faith in the verdant fields of a Korean family’s Arkansas farm
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Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché remembers the fizz and the fallout

By Frances Morgan

Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché remembers the fizz and the fallout
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Moxie rekindles the riot grrrl spirit – original blinkers and all

By Nadine Deller

Moxie rekindles the riot grrrl spirit – original blinkers and all
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Can’t Get You out of My Head gets lost in its own thoughts

By Hannah McGill

Can’t Get You out of My Head gets lost in its own thoughts
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Tina tells it her way

By Andrew Simpson

Tina tells it her way
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Your Honor knots together the high and low of a morally murky New Orleans

By Pamela Hutchinson

Your Honor knots together the high and low of a morally murky New Orleans
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The Mauritanian is a frighteningly convincing tale of Guantánamo internment

By Philip Kemp

The Mauritanian is a frighteningly convincing tale of Guantánamo internment
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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier keeps Captain America’s special friends in harness

By Kim Newman

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier keeps Captain America’s special friends in harness
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Ammonite discovers romance beneath the Victorian palaeontologist’s hard exterior

By Sophie Brown

Ammonite discovers romance beneath the Victorian palaeontologist’s hard exterior
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Stray takes a dog’s eye view of the streets of Istanbul

By Robert Hanks

Stray takes a dog’s eye view of the streets of Istanbul
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Malmkrog is theological philosophy made challenging but beautiful cinema

By Adrian Martin

Malmkrog is theological philosophy made challenging but beautiful cinema
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The United States vs. Billie Holiday reprises the same old blues

By Naomi Obeng

The United States vs. Billie Holiday reprises the same old blues
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Zack Snyder’s Justice League reloads for the streaming wars

By Tim Hayes

Zack Snyder’s Justice League reloads for the streaming wars
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Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time is a brainteasingly ambiguous surgeon-stalker chiller

By Michael Brooke

Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time is a brainteasingly ambiguous surgeon-stalker chiller
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My Father and Me is a tender snapshot of a working-class photographer’s life

By Philip Kemp

My Father and Me is a tender snapshot of a working-class photographer’s life
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Ethos offers up Turkish coffee and cultural contradictions

By Nikki Baughan

Ethos offers up Turkish coffee and cultural contradictions
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Brother’s Keeper suggests Kurdish oppression begins in school

By Caitlin Quinlan

Brother’s Keeper suggests Kurdish oppression begins in school
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Ted K visits the Unabomber’s neck of the woods

By John Bleasdale

Ted K visits the Unabomber’s neck of the woods
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French Exit sends Michelle Pfeiffer into the Parisian night

By Graham Fuller

French Exit sends Michelle Pfeiffer into the Parisian night
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