Romy Somerset
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Romy is a freelance production assistant from London who loves all kinds of film. She also loves reading and writing reviews, picking apart all aspects of what makes a movie great! She can’t resist a great thriller or crime film.

Struck: Review

Struck, a low-budget indie film brought to us by filmmakers Alexander Milo Bischof and Michael Couvaras, tells a recognisable story, but within the sheltered

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Apostasy

The aversion to blood transfusions that is intrinsic to the beliefs of Jehova’s Witnesses has been the central focus of two successful feature films

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The Lady From 406

In a vast apartment complex in Korea, a resident is displeased with the cigarette smoke which seeps through a vent in her bathroom from

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WE ARE THE WEIRDOS Review: Inseyed

Inseyed is an impressive animated short film, made by then-student of the School of Visual Arts Jessica Hudak. A woman hears strange noises in

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#eatpretty: WE ARE THE WEIRDOS Review

There is something inherently menacing about a person who appears, on the outside, to be completely perfect, almost maniacally in control, but who occasionally

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