sat 25/09/2021

Joseph Walsh

Articles By Joseph Walsh

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain review - visually arresting biopic

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The Reason I Jump review - compelling and controversial

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One Night in Miami review - black history come alive

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Roald and Beatrix: The Tail of the Curious Mouse, Sky One review – twinkly tale for troubled times

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Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom review - keeping things theatrical

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Another Round review - delight and despair

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Leap of Faith review – Alexandre O. Philippe examines ‘The Exorcist’

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Billie review – new documentary captures the rebel

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His Dark Materials, Series 2, BBC One review – upping the ante whilst retaining the magic

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Luxor review - Andrea Riseborough stars in cathartic drama about healing old wounds

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The Witches review – new take lacks magic

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Cordelia review – Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Johnny Flynn star in an off-kilter tale of trauma

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LFF 2020: Nomadland review - Francis McDormand gives a career-defining performance

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Being A Human Person review - enter the surreal world of Roy Andersson

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LFF 2020: Supernova review – Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth shine as couple on the road

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David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet review - is the end nigh?

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