A Good Marriage

Eric Rohmer’s films may not be widely known, but they undoubtedly command a cult following. Though A Good Marriage is considered one of Rohmer’s lesser works, Stuart Henderson thinks it’s still worth investigating

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A Mighty Wind

A Mighty Wind

After their penetrating exposé of competitive dog handling, Best In Show, the Spinal Tap boys are back with a mockumentary about sixties folk acts. It’s still funny – but Stuart Henderson thinks the formula is wearing thin

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Big Fish

Big Fish

After the debacle of Planet of the Apes, Tim Burton has returned to more familiar territory with Big Fish, the story of a man who lives his life wrapped up in fantasy and fairy tale. Sound familiar? Stuart Henderson thinks so

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A Quick Chat With Lucas Belvaux

A Quick Chat With Lucas Belvaux

Belgium may not be renowned for its filmic exploits, but there can be little doubt that Lucas Belvaux’s Trilogy is as ambitous as cinema gets. Stuart Henderson talks to the director about his new films, Jean-Pierre Melville and the mind of the suicide bomber

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