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Markie Robson-Scott

Articles By Markie Robson-Scott

Rose Plays Julie review - a sombre story of rape, adoption and a search for identity

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Second Spring review - intriguing film about a woman with an unusual form of dementia

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Candyman review - Nia DaCosta's clever sequel to the 1992 slasher movie

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Riders of Justice review - revenge, coincidence and the meaning of life

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Two of Us review - a lesbian love story with a difference

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Shiva Baby review - sex, lies and rugelach

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Esther Freud: I Couldn't Love You More review - the alternative history of a pregnancy

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Nomadland review - on the road in the American West

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End of Sentence review - an American father and his estranged son reconcile in Ireland

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Rachel Whiteread: Internal Objects, Gagosian Gallery review - apocalyptic sheds

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The Artist's Wife review - uninspired portrait of dementia in the Hamptons

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True Mothers review - how many people does it take to raise a child?

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The Flight Attendant, Sky One review - first-class entertainment

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Minari review - a Korean family searches for the American dream

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Nina-Sophia Miralles: Glossy - debut author takes on Vogue and the Condé Nasties

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Mouthpiece review - double entendre in Toronto

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