Monthly Archive:: September 2016

Under the Shadow

Where there is war, there is suffering. In the late eighties, Tehran lived under a shadow of fear which so permeated the fabric of society that to some
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Capsule

It is December 1959, an era of fear of the Cold War between Russian and America, each fighting for political, economic and technological supremacy, but also the optimism
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The Exorcist

It’s now almost forty three years since The Exorcist was released in cinemas, one of the most successful, celebrated and controversial horror films of all times, directed by
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Somnio

From the opening shot, it’s all falling apart, a fragment of memory creeping up behind Frank Lerner triggered by a photograph of a place he has never been
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Paths of Glory

Stanley Kubrick’s scorching 1957 court martial drama Paths of Glory, his third bona fide feature following the cult success of Killer’s Kiss and The Killing, makes its way
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Blair Witch

In January 1896, Auguste and Louis Lumière presented their fifty second long Train Pulling into a Station, and if urban legend is to be believed the monochrome illusion
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