La Belle Epoque: LFF Film Review

In the TV series Westworld, customers pay to be immersed in a different world populated by life-like robots and this French drama, La Belle Epoque, shares a similar concept. It revolves around a company which builds sets to fit a client’s chosen period and fills it with actors.

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Babyteeth: LFF Film Review

I had Australian drama Babyteeth on my list for the Venice Film Festival but I left before it was screened so naturally, I wanted to right that wrong at the London Film Festival.

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Rare Beasts: LFF Film Review

Billie Piper has come a long way since her days of being a pop star and Doctor Who’s assistant. She has proved herself as a phenomenal actress on the stage and now she’s made her directorial debut with Rare Beasts, which she also wrote and stars in.

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Earthquake Bird: LFF Film Review

I’ll watch anything starring Alicia Vikander so I felt positive about Earthquake Bird but I have to sadly report it’s the biggest disappointment for me this festival.

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The Sky is Pink: LFF Film Review

If you feel in the mood for a good cry then you should check out The Sky is Pink. I bawled my eyes out! No subtle tears, proper sobbing.

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American Woman: Film Review

Sienna Miller hasn’t been given the opportunity to shine for years so I’m glad she’s been given a chance to prove what she’s capable of with American Woman.

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Gemini Man: Film Review

Gemini Man sounded like a ridiculous and bonkers idea but the thought of double Will Smith filled me with hope. But sadly even he can’t save this.

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Knives Out: LFF Film Review

Knives Out was the film I was most excited to see at LFF – I love a whodunnit and the ensemble cast was insane – so I’m happy to report that I really enjoyed it.

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Official Secrets: LFF Film Review

Official Secrets tells the remarkable true story of Katharine Gun, a whistleblower who took action and risked her livelihood in an effort to prevent the Iraq War. I didn’t know anything about her so I’m glad this film has been made to shine a light on her bravery.

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Honey Boy: LFF Film Review

You think you know Shia LaBeouf – given that he’s been in the spotlight since he was a child and has been in the headlines for his run-ins with the police in recent years – but when you watch his biographical film Honey Boy you’ll realise you had no idea.

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