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Cam (2018)

Viewing Nov '18 ///

Throwing the audience head first into the world of a determined cam girl, this film does a lot right to position the viewer in her technology reliant lifestyle. Hitting many notes that Black Mirror would be happy with, this creepy, voyeuristic film doesn’t shy away from deeper societal and familial conflicts of such a lifestyle, and delivers a thrill packed paranoia ride.


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Phantom Thread (2017)

Viewing Feb '19 /// Paul Thomas Anderson again exemplifies his tremendous ability to conjure, develop and expertly deliver an idea in a way that no other writer-director can. Aligning us with Reynolds

Phone Booth (2002)

Viewing Feb '19 /// A tense 81 minutes for the viewer as we watch morally questionable Stu (Colin Farrell) pick up the worst phone call of his life. Whilst the plot is fairly predictable, the tension

Burning (2018)

Viewing Feb '19 /// The feeling that Burning omits is one of engrossing unease, that has truly left me in a state of wonderment. Lee Chang-Dong has expertly invited the ‘active’ viewer in through esta

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