tue 07/02/2023

Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

EO review - lyrical tale of a donkey's odyssey

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You Resemble Me review - complex portrait of a troubled young woman

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The Last Stage review - a former prisoner returns to the death camp

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More than Ever - an idyllic way of dying

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Holy Spider review - problematic portrait of an Iranian serial killer

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A Man Called Otto review - Tom Hanks stars but doesn't sparkle

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Blu-ray: Nil by Mouth

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Saskia Baron's Top 10 Films of 2022

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Three Minutes: A Lengthening review - superb portrait of a vanished world

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Tori and Lokita review - a masterpiece of humanist cinema

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Nanny review - no spoonfuls of sugar in this spooky tale

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Utama review - incandescent portrait of a dying way of life in Bolivia

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Armageddon Time review - James Gray goes back to skool

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My Neighbour Adolf review - this queasy comedy is not what the world needs just now

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Call Jane review - well-crafted pro-choice drama

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Causeway review - megastar Jennifer Lawrence's passion project

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