Words by Max Grieve
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Mainstream cinema biopics tend to crudely sensationalise their subjects in pursuit of drama, but CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915 comes at its own with determined curiosity.
Powered by a compellingly varied performance by Juliette Binoche, it depicts a single week in the life
If, when watching a film set in an exotic, overseas country, you’re likely to experience a heightened case of wanderlust and pipe dreams of future adventures, then Homeland (Né Quelque Part) is guaranteed to please. But this film, by first-time
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