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Reform Magazine | February 18, 2019

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Reviews – February 2019

25/01/2019 |

Standup for the underclass

JellyfishDirected by James GardnerCertificate 15, 101 minutesReleased 15 February

Margate. Sarah (Liv Hill), a 15-year-old schoolgirl, acts as mother to her younger siblings, Marcus and Lucy – getting them up in the mornings, taking them to … Read More

Reviews – December 2018/January 2019

27/11/2018 |

Angels against austerity

It’s a Wonderful Life Directed by Frank Capra Certificate U, 131 minutes Re-released in December

Following the banking system bailout and the rise of Trump, this 1946 black-and-white classic – back in cinemas and restored to ultra … Read More

Reviews – November 2018

30/10/2018 |

Massacre of the Norwegian innocents

Utøya July 22 Directed by Erik Poppe Certificate 15, 92 minutes Released 26 October

This film is a Norwegian-language reconstruction of the experience of the teenagers attending Norway’s Labour party youth leaders’ summer camp on … Read More

Reviews – October 2018

01/10/2018 |

When crime is your safety net

Sink Directed by Mark Gillis Certificate 15, 87 minutes Released 12 October

Micky (Martin Herdman), who was once a skilled manual worker, is struggling. He has to look after his father Sam (Ian Hogg) … Read More

Reviews – September 2018

28/08/2018 |

Not exactly God’s promise

The Miseducation of Cameron Post Directed by Desiree Akhavan Certificate 15, 91 minutes Released 7 September

Cameron Post (Chloë Grace Moretz) is a sexually active American teenager who, while attending the homecoming ’93 ball, supposedly with … Read More

Reviews – July/August 2018

26/06/2018 |

Disfellowshipped

Apostasy Written and Directed by Dan Kokotajlo Certificate tbc, 96 minutes Released 27 July (Cinemas and On Demand)

In Dan Kokotajlo’s debut feature film Apostasy, student sisters Alex (Molly Wright) and Luisa (Sacha Parkinson), and their working mum Ivanna … Read More