sat 24/02/2024

Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

Tori and Lokita review - a masterpiece of humanist cinema

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Nanny review - no spoonfuls of sugar in this spooky tale

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Utama review - incandescent portrait of a dying way of life in Bolivia

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Armageddon Time review - James Gray goes back to skool

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My Neighbour Adolf review - this queasy comedy is not what the world needs just now

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Call Jane review - well-crafted pro-choice drama

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Causeway review - megastar Jennifer Lawrence's passion project

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Vesper review - impressively art-directed sci-fi film

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London Film Festival 2022 - the winners and the losers

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My Neighbour Totoro, Barbican review - dazzling stage adaptation of a Japanese classic

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Hopper: An American Love Story review - a dry view of a much richer subject

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All That Breathes review - intensely moving nature documentary

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Blu-ray: Nitram

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Girl Picture review - Finnish coming-of-age drama offers nothing new

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Sidney review - documentary portrait of Hollywood's first black superstar

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Three Thousand Years of Longing review - be careful what you wish for

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