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Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

The Square review - stylish, brilliantly acted satire

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A Fantastic Woman review - from Chile with heat

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Harold and Maude, Charing Cross Theatre review - Sheila Hancock serene in thin production

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Working with Weinstein, Channel 4 review - portrait of a predator

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Black Panther review - more meh than marvellous

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DVD: In Between

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DVD: The King's Choice

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Early Man review - delight for football fans and kids alike

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The Box of Delights, Wilton's Music Hall review - children's classic novel transferred to stage

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DVD/Blu-ray: The L-Shaped Room

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Menashe review - Yiddish-language film with a heart of gold

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A Christmas Carol, Old Vic review - Rhys Ifans takes on Scrooge, triumphantly

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Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool review - Annette Bening mesmerises

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Good Time review - heist movie with stand-out performance by Robert Pattinson

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Professor Marston and the Wonderwomen review - Rebecca Hall to the rescue

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Paddington 2 review - Hugh Grant’s superior baddie boosts sequel

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