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Reform Magazine | April 22, 2019

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Reviews – April 2019

01/04/2019 |

Painting to grasp God

At Eternity’s GateDirected by Julian SchnabelCertificate 12a, 111 minutesReleased 29 March

It’s quite a feat for a well-known actor with a well-known face to transform themselves into a cultural icon so thoroughly that you forget the … Read More

Reviews – March 2019

22/02/2019 |

She’s different from us

BorderDirected by Ali AbbasiCertificate 15, 110 minutesReleased 8 March

Tina (Eva Melander) works at a port for the Swedish customs service and is able to sniff out illegal items, be they alcohol smuggled by underage … Read More

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