A discreet victory for humanism, an 86-minute thaw of society’s calcifying heart.
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Less memorable, and less thought-provoking than it might have been if imbued with more focus…
To stomach this album requires the patience of a saint.
Queen of Katwe is a girl power narrative.
It’s a shame that Audrey Hepburn’s cultural branding got so entangled with Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Philippe Faucon has produced a personal gem in Fatima.
Imperium tries to win you over with a dozen Nazi cupcakes.
One can only assume it was aimed at goodhearted, massively stoned teenagers.
Maybe the ordeal of watching Anthropoid isn’t worth it.
Innocence Reaches is an exploration of modern identity.