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I'm a writer, artist and teacher based in Manchester, England. My debut novel is entitled Look At What You Could Have Won and you can find extracts from it, along with my Anti-Reviews, original fiction written in response to art and cultural events, on my blog: This Is Not A Film Review.

CHAMELEON: Standing Out For The Wrong Reasons

Chilean film Chameleon depicts horrific sexual abuse of women, and doesn't do enough to redeem itself; it is nothing but exploitative.

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BY THE TIME IT GETS DARK: Fulfilling The Possibilities Of Film

By the Time it Gets Dark is a cinematic classic that will beg to be watched, decided and marvelled at, time and time again.

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ENGLAND IS MINE: Fact & Fiction Conspire

England Is Mine is a blend of fact and fiction, delving into the early life of The Smiths frontman Steven Morrissey.

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The Uncomfortable Post-Truth Of RESERVOIR DOGS

Reservoir Dogs, though seemingly a time capsule due to having premiered 25 years ago, is actually quite potent in today's post-truth world.

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BOKEH: outside the depth of field

Bokeh is a stripped down take on a dystopian apocalypse- and like the best sci-fi, offers a bleak commentary on modern society.

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SOMATIC: An Original Copy

Somatic is a short film from director Will Nash, delving into complex questions of cloning and the nature of our reality.

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Something Blue should be added to the increasing list of films where absence, of one sort or another, is at the vigorous heart of

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HOMO SAPIENS: A Portrait Of Humanity In Absentia

How can an unconventional documentary lasting 134 minutes and consisting entirely of the juxtaposition of naturalistic scenes be a compelling and rewarding cinematic journey

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Return To MULHOLLAND DRIVE

Sure, we’ve all heard the rumours: topping the critics’ pick of the flicks for this century, hell, this millennium so far, is David Lynch’s

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Woody Allen's Form & Legacy In Contemporary Cinema With CAFÉ SOCIETY

It now appears to be a given that every few years, Woody Allen produces a film hailed by critics as a “return to form”.

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