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Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

Zola review - high-energy comic thriller tackles sex work

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The Sparks Brothers review - giddy celebration of the Mael brothers

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Uprising, BBC One review - powerful documentary about the New Cross fire

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Summer of Soul review - glorious documentary combines music and black American history

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Tove review - tasteful portrait of the Moomins creator

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Blu-ray: Fast Times at Ridgemont High

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Blu-ray: Jungle Fever

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My New York Year review - lacklustre portrait of an ingenue

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Godzilla vs. Kong review - let battle commence (again)

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Amber and Me review - sensitive documentary about twin girls, one with Down Syndrome

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Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliche review - memorialising her mother

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Into the Darkness review - disappointingly soapy Danish WWII drama

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Judas and the Black Messiah review - powerful biopic

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DVD/Blu-ray: Mogul Mowgli

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Malcolm & Marie review - actorly grandstanding in beautiful black and white

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The Capote Tapes review - lush portrait of the louche writer

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