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Saskia Baron

Articles By Saskia Baron

Blu-ray: Cul-de-Sac

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Certain Women

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Dispatches: Under Lock and Key, Channel 4

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Storyville: Life, Animated, BBC Four

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DVD/Blu-ray: The Crying Game

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Andrew Marr: 'I don’t want to look like I'm in pain'

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20th Century Women

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DVD/Blu-ray: The Glass Shield

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DVD/Blu-ray: Nine Lives

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Blu-ray: To Live and Die in LA

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The Unknown Girl

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Paterson

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Dog Eat Dog

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DVD/Blu-Ray: The Small World of Sammy Lee

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Arrival

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Doctor Strange

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