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Less impressive as a science-fiction story than as a technical achievement.
The white saviour and failed representation.
Another meticulously-crafted, if wilder, Benoit Blanc caper.
The best Star War since Empire – and far, far better than we had any right or hope to expect.
A not-so-esoteric-as-it-seems-at-first, beautifully made and performed, story of growing apart.
Director Sarah Polley and her cast & crew on their revolutionarily humane approach to production.
In which Cate Blanchett finally nearly plays an actual person.
Dream of the Endless enters our TV realm – beautifully.
Is it a satire if it talks a lot, but doesn’t say much?