❉ Matt Barber on a humane and deeply sensitive film.
❉ “Buñuel is expertly slicing through polite society and displaying what lies beneath the surface”.
❉ Big Finish’s first Shakespeare adaptation is a full-cast audio production of Shakespeare’s most famous play.
❉ A brutal, witty, slice of social realism that deconstructs Thatcherism, identity and the notion of society.
❉ Fellini’s La Strada sowed the seeds for his later, more extravagant films.
❉ A restored 4K version of Lola, directed by German New Wave legend Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
❉ The passing of time hasn’t mellowed the impact of Alan Clarke’s 1987 film.
❉ A key British film of the Thatcher-era that still packs a punch.
❉ Italian director Luchino Visconti ‘s last film makes its DVD debut.
❉ These two films tell us everything we need to know about Scorsese then and now.