Gabriella Incalza Kaplanova
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<p>Gabriella claims to know nothing about film. She may have studied it at Uni and watched an indecent amount of comedies, but she’ll still approach each review like its her first one, for two reasons: her memory is embarrassingly appalling and she hates the idea of being labelled an expert of any sort.</p>

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC You’ve Been Trumped Too: Review

Following on from the original 2011 BBC documentary You’ve Been Trumped, Anthony Baxter’s sequel carries on his narrative on the struggles faced by some

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Another Take: The Club

Shocking, disconcerting and twisted are only but a few adjectives that come to mind after watching this Chilean movie directed by Pablo Larrain (Tony

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The Ones Below: Review

“In London, you never know your own neighbours”, thunders one of the protagonists of this psychological thriller directed by acclaimed British playwright and theatre

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Tea For Two

Essentially the story of a middle-aged couple working in a tearoom and their far-fetched scheme to serve much more than a slice of cake,

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Sparks & Embers

Described as a Romantic Christmas Comedy starring Kris Marshall and Annelise Hesme, Sparks & Embers centres around old flames and lost love.Tom and Ellie

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Irish Festival Celebrates Its Diamond Anniversary

As the oldest film festival in the country, Cork Film Festival seems in pretty good shape. It will open its doors on the 6th

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Addicted To Fresno

A darkish comedy directed by Jamie Babbit, Addicted to Fresno combines laugh out loud moments while trying to push comedy cliques to the limit.Martha

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The Rise Of The Krays: Review

When it comes to organised crime in the Fifties and the Sixties, no other criminals have aroused the sort of fascination in the British

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Misery Loves Comedy - Review

Kevin Pollack’s feature movie directorial debut, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year, is a documentary exploring the comedy underbelly.Over 50 worldwide comedy

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