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Six of the best: Film | Film reviews, news & interviews

Six of the best: Film

theartsdesk recommends the half-dozen top movies out now

When the lights go down: 'quiet otherness' in Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s 'Cemetery of Splendour'


Cemetery of Splendour Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Cannes winner is an unsettling yet restful tale of sleeping Thai soldiers

Tale of Tales Ravishing feast for the senses in Italian fables starring Salma Hayek and Toby Jones

The Violators Ballsy, bruising, brilliant directorial debut feature from novelist Helen Walsh

When Marnie Was There ★★ Emotive tale from Studio Ghibli about a young girl’s search for identity

Where to Invade Next Michael Moore turns his back on the US in search of superior societies abroad

Where You’re Meant to Be ★★ Sly, witty questioning of Scottish identity from indie rocker Aidan Moffat

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