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It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.

BITCH: Bold, Hopeful & Fiercely Entertaining

Bitch is an energizing study of a deep-rooted societal problem told with boldness and a healthy scoop of humor.

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RODENTS OF UNUSUAL SIZE: A Tale Of Rats & Resilience

Rodents Of Unusual Size is a lesson in just how much a canny filmmaker can fit into a documentary that's barely an hour long.

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SUCK IT UP: Clichéd And Generic

Suck It Up admirably attempts to tell a story with flawed women at its centre, yet sadly falls back on clichés and stereotypes at

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MAYA DARDEL: A Difficult Film About A Difficult Woman

Whilst it has many problems, Maya Dardel is a prickly, contentious and fascinating film that knows with absolute certainty what it is.

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CRASH PAD: A Strange Choice For Domhnall Gleeson

While neither boring or a laugh-riot, Crash Pad is a perfectly fine and forgettable way to pass ninety minutes.

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THE UNTAMED: An Outstanding Marriage Of Realist Drama And Sci-Fi Horror

In response to Mexico's sexual conservatism, director Amat Escalante cooked up The Untamed, a film which has to be seen to be believed.

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CHAVELA: A Warm Portrait Of An Extraordinary Woman

Chavela is a documentary that is an introduction to the legendary ranchera singer as well as a fond remembrance for those who knew her

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LITERALLY, RIGHT BEFORE AARON: An Impressive Romantic Comedy Debut

Literally, Right Before Aaron is a hugely entertaining romantic comedy which doesn't shy away from the awkward realities of real life.

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ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE: A Simple Film Of Great Depth

Abundant Acreage Available is a simple package of meditation about life and death you will be thinking about long after the film has ended.

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ELIZABETH BLUE: Heartfelt, But Undermined By A Nasty Ending

Despite a semi-autobiographical approach to the mental illness theme, Elizabeth Blue feels cliched- and suffers from a dreadful finale.

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