wed 19/06/2024

Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

Book Club: The Next Chapter review - lacklustre dialogue, clichéd plot

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Love According to Dalva review - Belgian first time director tackles incest

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Sick of Myself review - queasy black comedy about self-obsessed youth

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A Thousand and One review - fighting the system in 1990s New York

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LOLA review - stylish monochrome drama posits an alternative World War Two

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DVD/Blu-ray: Dance Craze

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Law of Tehran review - visceral Iranian police thriller

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Blu-ray: Kamikaze Hearts

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Rye Lane review - finding love south of the river

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Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom review - life lessons for a Bhutanese teacher

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I'm Fine (Thanks for Asking) review - quietly impressive debut film

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Cocaine Bear review - comedy horror lacks the bare necessities

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Broker review - baby-selling in South Korea

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The Son review - is each unhappy family unhappy in its own way?

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EO review - lyrical tale of a donkey's odyssey

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You Resemble Me review - complex portrait of a troubled young woman

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