Falcons (Falkar)

Falcons (Falkar)

Iceland has produced a number of cinematic gems in recent years, even though few of them ever manage to achieve mainstream success abroad. Graeme Cole reviews the latest Icelandic indie from Fridrik Thor Fridriksson

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A Zed and Two Noughts

A Zed and Two Noughts

Peter Greenaway’s films may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but even his detractors will find something to admire in A Zed & Two Noughts. Graeme Cole reviews his memorable story of grief, chance and killer swans

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Get Carter (The British Film Guide 6)

Get Carter (The British Film Guide 6)

It may be one of the undisputed classics of British cinema, but until recently Get Carter has received relatively little critical appreciation. Graeme Cole reckons this new study is "a fascinating celebration of a vital, iconic British movie"

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L’Homme Du Train

L’Homme Du Train

The French critics may loathe him, the film establishment may dismiss him, but Patrice Leconte somehow continues to make his peculiar brand of movies. Graeme Cole watches his latest effort – a buddy story between a robber and a literary professor waiting for a heart operation

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