The Personal History of David Copperfield – LFF Review

Directed by comedy legend Armando Iannucci, and co-written by frequent collaborator Simon Blackwell, The Personal¬†History of David Copperfield keenly¬†adapts Dickens' famous autobiographical tome into a slim, crowd-pleasing comedy of manners; and although some of the richness of its source material has been lost, the power of its social conscience and humanist themes remains. Cruelly separated... Continue Reading →

The Souvenir – Review

In the early 1980s, a young woman from a wealthy background enrols in a prestigious film school in London. Julie (Honor Swinton-Byrne), from a incredibly privileged background, is struggling with her ambition to make a film about an impoverished family in Thatcher's Britain, but finds her cosy life upended when she enters a romantic relationship... Continue Reading →

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