sat 24/10/2020

Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins review - a fitting tribute to a political hellraiser

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White Riot review - energetic documentary races through the history of Rock Against Racism

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Rocks review - impressively well-crafted neo-realist drama

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A Special School, BBC Wales review - heartwarming film about special needs education

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The Singapore Grip, ITV review - colonial clichés

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Blu-ray: Walkabout

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Les Misérables review - exhilarating French policier

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Yes, God, Yes review - coming of age, emphasis on coming

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Blu-Ray: A Foreign Affair

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Da 5 Bloods review - Spike Lee takes on the black GIs' experience in Vietnam

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Calm with Horses review - a stirring debut

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Scrounger, Finborough Theatre review - uncomfortable play tackles disability discrimination

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Uncut Gems review - relentless tale of gambling and the diamond trade

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The Peanut Butter Falcon review - sentimental comedy is so damn heartwarming

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Werewolf review - post-Holocaust horrors

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Memory: The Origins of Alien review - a study of the sci-fi horror classic

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