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Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

David Harewood: Psychosis and Me, BBC Two review - actor confronts his painful past

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High Life review - Claire Denis boldly goes where she hasn't gone before

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Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile review - pedestrian Ted Bundy biopic

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Us review - can Jordan Peele deliver the thrills again?

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DVD/Blu-Ray: La Vérité

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Girl review - Belgian art-house portrait of a teenage ballerina

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Border review - genre-defying Oscar-nominated Swedish film

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DVD: The Guilty

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All in a Row, Southwark Playhouse, review - soapy and shrill pity party

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Baptiste, BBC One review - detective from The Missing gets his own hand-me-down show

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DVD/Blu-ray: Human Desire

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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part review - everything's still awesome

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Can You Ever Forgive Me? review - no page unturned in a comedy about literary forgery

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The Mule review - good ol' boy rides again

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Monsters and Men review - an impressive debut

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Luther, Series 5, BBC One review - welcome return for Idris Elba's maverick 'tec

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