LFF: ‘Suspiria’ [2018] Plays Like a Silly Joke – But a Strangely Enjoyable One

A title card announces that this is a story to be told in six acts and an epilogue, each more pretentiously titled than the previous. Set in the same year that the original was released, it first introduces us to Patricia, a paranoid, young woman visiting her psychiatrist, and rambling to him about witches.

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‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’ Sensitively Captures the Nuance of Queer Experiences

At a crucial point in this compassionate indie from co-writer and director Desiree Akhavan, Chloë Grace Moretz’s titular character has a moment of dawning realisation. “You people have no idea what you’re doing, do you?” she remarks to ‘Reverend Rick’, a counsellor at the gay conversion centre she has been sent to. To Cameron’s surprise, he breaks down crying.

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THOUGHTS N’ SHORTS | STAR WARS EPISODE IX, ‘SUPERGIRL’ & ‘ORPHAN BLACK’

This week, news of a rewrite for Star Wars Episode IX hit the headlines, stoking the fires of speculation, whilst The CW’s boss found himself in a peculiar position, defending a controversial character on one of his network’s shows.  And if you’re not up-to-date on the latest episode of ‘Orphan Black’, be sure to watch it before reading my spoiler-heavy thoughts on the latest major development in the series.

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