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Six of the best: Film
theartsdesk recommends the half-dozen top movies out now
A Story of Children and Film **** Impressionistic meditations on a theme, presented by Mark Cousins with great verve
Noah **** Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic couldn’t be better timed
The Lunchbox **** This charming Indian rom-com contains a real depth of flavour
The Past ***** Asghar Farhadi delivers a typically thrilling family drama starring Bérénice Bejo
Under the Skin **** Scarlett Johansson's murdering, lonely alien is the heart of a flawed but haunting film
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Delightful, affirmatively camp comedy musical from Israel
Daniel Radcliffe delivers in this candid relaying of the definitive moment of a genre
Joanna Hogg's third film is a triumphant marriage of style and substance
Taut Bosnian drama of survival, from documentary roots
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The Swedish helmer revisits childhood mischief with his latest
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Outstanding documentary tribute to living legend of film conservation, PK Nair
Plucky girls embrace punk as their salvation in early Eighties Sweden
Low-budget Glaswegian crime comedy shines in a new restoration