JOE GLENTON explains his need to respond to a world that is unsustainably divided
ENO's production of La Boheme is a triumph,
After the award-winning film Rosemary's Baby (1968), Roman Polanski suffered a creative lull until he revived his fortunes in 1974 with a homage to the film-noir detective drama called Chinatown.
Whether you love or hate his work, French filmmaker Bruno Dumont always makes original, intense, at the same time, provocative movies. Set in a small village, Hors Satan is about an odd friendship between a young girl and a homeless man.
An impressive dark drama by Roman Polanski
Tolstoy's Master And Man provides the inspiration for a modest message film about the cruel realities of capitalism.
Tom Cruise is truly painful playing the eponymous hero who uses his army skills to accomplish a mission of righting wrongs and quietly disappearing.
They say it is never too late to try something new and at the tender age of 75 Hollywood star Dustin Hoffman has finally made his directorial debut.
Be prepared to be left shaken, stunned, stirred and raging with anger by this gripping documentary which explores in meticulous detail the grave miscarriage of justice perpetrated against the West Memphis Three.
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A married couple's relationship is put to the test when the wife decides to get sober in this well-acted but rather unexciting and uneventful drama.
Starring Stephane Audran as Babette, a French revolutionary who flees the counter-revolutionary purges to arrive in a Danish village ruled by a puritan creed, Babette's Feast proved inspirational to many when it was first released in 1987.