mon 04/03/2024

Daniel Baksi

Articles By Daniel Baksi

DVD/Blu-ray: Nineteen Eighty-Four

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Morbius review – not so super

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The Tinderbox review – a call for peace

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A Banquet review – horror, done before

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DVD/Blu-ray: South

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Blu-ray: Rainer Werner Fassbinder Collection Vol 1

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Blu-ray: Hungarian Masters

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Stuart Jeffries: Everything, All the Time, Everywhere - How We Became Post-Modern review - entertaining origin-story for the world of today

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Wole Soyinka: Chronicles from the Land of the Happiest People on Earth review – sprawling satire of modern-day Nigeria

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Test Signal: Northern Anthology of New Writing review – core writing from England's regions

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Blu-ray: Flowers of Shanghai

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Blu-ray: The World of Wong Kar Wai

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DVD/Blu-ray: County Lines

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Charles Saumarez Smith: The Art Museum In Modern Times review – the story of modern architecture

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Agustín Fernández Mallo: The Things We've Seen review - degrees of separation

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Blu-ray: Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion

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