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Articles By Markie Robson-Scott

Suburbicon review - George Clooney's jarring pastiche of the American dream

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Tina Brown: The Vanity Fair Diaries 1983-1992 review - portrait of an era of glitz and excess

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Susie Boyt: Love & Fame review - as highly strung as a violin factory

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Goodbye Christopher Robin review - no escape for a boy and his bear

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Quest review - intimate documentary about a north Philly community

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A Ghost Story review - spellbinding vision of life, death and time

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Citizen Jane review - portrait of a New York toughie

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Norman review - revelatory Richard Gere in mesmerising New York tale

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The Handmaid's Tale, Channel Four review - triumphant dystopian drama

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Haruki Murakami: Men Without Women review - a bit too abstract and post-modern

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Heal the Living review - 'lots of emotion, not enough life'

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Mad To Be Normal, review - 'David Tennant is electric as RD Laing'

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Sunday Book: George Saunders - Lincoln in the Bardo

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Loving

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DVD: Weiner-Dog

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Jackie

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