fri 24/06/2022

Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande review - claustrophobic and bland

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Lightyear review - can infinity be a yawn?

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Everything Went Fine review - classy French family drama

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The Deathless Woman review - the overlooked persecution of the Roma people

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Everything Everywhere All at Once review - brace yourself

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Wild Men review - Danish-Norwegian black comedy

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Blu-ray: Escape from LA

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Playground review - bleak but brilliant schoolyard drama

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Deep Water review - not even laughably bad

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Master Cheng review - slight but soothing Finnish-Chinese romance

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Rebel Dread review - generous documentary portrait of punk-reggae legend Don Letts

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La Mif review - Swiss docu-drama focuses on troubled teens

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Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy review - a trio of tales from Japan

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Flee review - award-winning documentary portrays the refugee experience

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Blu-ray: Down by Law

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Final Account: Storyville, BBC Four review - confessions of the last survivors of the Nazi era

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