sat 18/05/2024

Markie Robson-Scott

Articles By Markie Robson-Scott

Two Tickets to Greece review - the highs and lows of a holiday from hell

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That They May Face The Rising Sun review - lyrical adaptation of John McGahern's novel

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If Only I Could Hibernate review - kids in grinding poverty in Ulaanbaatar

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The Trouble with Jessica review - the London housing market wreaks havoc on a group of friends

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The Origin of Evil review - Laure Calamy stars in gripping French psychodrama

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Baltimore review - the story of Rose Dugdale and the IRA art heist

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High & Low: John Galliano review - Kevin Macdonald charts the fashion designer's rise and fall

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Memory review - love, dementia and truth

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Blu-ray: The Eternal Daughter

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Werner Herzog: Radical Dreamer review - the visionary director's extraordinary career

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DVD/Blu-Ray: Passages

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Driving Madeleine review - a Paris taxi ride reveals a harrowing life story

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Anatomy of a Fall review - gripping psychological thriller set in the French Alps

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Cat Person review - the dynamics of dating and bad sex

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Surprised by Oxford review - wishy-washy romance ticks the sightseeing boxes

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Everybody Loves Jeanne review - charmingly weird romantic comedy

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