Film Review: You & Me Forever

★★★☆☆ Teenage rebellion is a well-documented phenomenon and one that plays particularly well on film, where bright, sexy images can be used to punctuate the sound of tutting adults. Kaspar Munk’s Danish offering You & Me Forever (2012) fits neatly into this sub-genre, obeying most of the conventions that we Continue Reading

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Film Review: ‘Tracks’

★★★☆☆ Robyn Davidson’s nine-month solo trek across the outback is a true-life legend in her native Australia, so its surprising that it only now finds a first cinematic transfer in Tracks (2013), a handsome adaptation by John Curran starring a terrific Mia Wasikowska. Davidson – then 27 years old – Continue Reading