Film Review: ‘Post Mortem’

★★★★☆ Post Mortem (2010) is a powerful, evocative film from Chilean director Pablo Larraín, with stunning performances from Alfredo Castro, Antonia Zegers and Amparo Noguera. This is Larraín’s second entry (they are not in chronological order) in a trilogy that deals with Chile’s political history, the first film being the Continue Reading


Film Review: ‘Kes’

★★★★☆ A true British classic, Ken Loach’s 1969 debut feature Kes has been digitally restored for a rerelease this week. Adapted from Barry Hines novel A Kestrel for a Knave, the film explores the delicate relationship of a neglected adolescent boy’s experience of finding and taming, an equally isolated young Continue Reading