The subject tells the story:  the American writer Robert Drake in Where I Am, on RTÉ, about the 1999 attack, in his adopted home of Sligo, that left him with brain injuries

(...), however, Pamela Drynan’s beautifully made, unflinching and sensitively edited observational film finds its(...)

Hitman might be a sequel to the 2007 film based on the video game about a genetically engineered(...)

The film based on August Strindberg’s play tells of a romance between the classes (...)

(...)-hewn culture. The film concerns itself with three Connemara brothers named Connolly. While in Montana, the(...)

(...) convincing as a young man who fears the break may never come. It is such a shame that the film falls back(...)

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(...) superficial resemblance to Katya? Has their entire marriage – all 45 years of it – been a lie? This new film(...)

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(...) endless drunken circles. The film often treads similarly murky areas. We do get insight into the social(...)

Monica Vitt and Alain Delon in Michelangelo Antonioni’s L’Eclisse

Notte (1961) and L’Eclisse (1962) – no longer features prominently on critics’ lists or among film(...)

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(...) to parse in one sitting. A great deal of the film’s appeal comes from the unavoidable conclusion that(...)

Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay in ‘45 Years’, a quietly devastating drama that lingers long after the final credits have rolled 10:00

When Andrew Haigh’s Weekend – his second film as writer and director – premiered at the SXSW Film(...)