George Miller, as a director, has always fascinated me. That’s in no small part down to the fact that his filmography is deliriously varied. Having burst onto the scene with Mad Max and then Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, he followed those films up with movies such as The
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Forgiveness is innately human. We are all capable of it, and we have all sought it out at some point in our lives. It is not always straightforward though; some actions are so dark and twisted that forgiving them takes a monumental effort. One
You’ll struggle to find a feature debut that pucks a punch quite as hard as Lila Avilés' The Chambermaid this year. The film is a beautifully shot, intimate drama that humanises the underbelly of hospitality.
The film centres on chambermaid Eve (Gabriela Cartol, who is a graceful and understated presence) as
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After being thrown out of his home by his wife for being promiscuous, Mark finds himself back at Dumpling Farm, a place of youthful memories and parties, but things aren't quite right. His old buddy Ian, who has never left the place, is possessed by a