Review: The Danish Girl

Writing with the benefit of hindsight, it's disappointing to see that The Danish Girl hasn't exactly set the world on fire, barely making back its small budget. But it's equally pleasing to see an Oscar-winning director, an Oscar-winning actor, and an Oscar-nominated actress helping to realise a project so small, intimate and unusual. The Danish Girl is, in... Continue Reading →

Matinee: Passport to Pimlico (1949)

"No use crying over spilt milk..." Imagine you're a resident of a small suburban neighbourhood in London, 1949, living a modest life in the rubble of World War II. Your neighbours uncover a hidden underground cache of treasure, which you're all keen to hang on to rather than hand over to a museum... Obviously you keep the... Continue Reading →

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