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Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman review – pointless portrait of a serial killer

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I couldn’t stomach this pointless and dull drama about the FBI hunt for loathsome serial killer Ted Bundy. It comes on the heels of the Zac Efron biopic and Netflix’s documentary series based on prison tape recordings...

Revisión de Spencer - retrato de una princesa al límite

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En 2013, respetado cineasta alemán Oliver Hirschbiegel (director de Downfall) convirtió la tormentosa vida de la princesa de Gales en una farsa con Diana, una telenovela cutre con una cabeza inclinada, la pelirroja Naomi Watts re ...

From genetics to allyship: how queer culture changed the family portrait

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In a two-minute video produced by the artist Jamie Diamond in 2008, four women and one man gather to pose for what looks like a family portrait. They stand in front of a marble fireplace, in a room adorned with crysta...

Retrato del artista: Los críticos ponen en duda el complemento navideño de Boris Johnson

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Es un momento ajetreado para el primer ministro, mientras se enfrenta a múltiples crisis, incluido el aumento vertiginoso de los precios de la energía, los buques portacontenedores se alejaron de los puertos británicos y un enfrentamiento con la UE por el protocolo de Irlanda del Norte. Pero...

Mussolini’s Sister review – interestingly quirky portrait of a grumpy octogenarian

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Juna Suleiman’s documentary about Hiam, her octogenarian grandmother who lives in Nazareth, is no journey through a picture-perfect family album. Hiam is not the cake-baking kind of grandmother. De hecho, she is grumpy...

Regency nip and tuck … ‘new’ Constable portrait reveals the artist’s diplomacy

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A previously unknown painting by John Constable has been discovered, to the excitement of art historians. A portrait of a Regency woman in all her finery has not only been identified for the first time, but it has sur...

Marceline. A Woman. A Century review – vibrant portrait of a fascinating film-maker

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While still little-known outside France, the inimitable Marceline Loridan-Ivens was a formidable force of nature. A Holocaust survivor, her awe-inspiring resilience is deeply felt in her works as a writer and director...

Muse and model or painter-poet? Elizabeth Siddal given fresh portrait

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Wan, pale, tragic. Elizabeth “Lizzie” Siddal is remembered for how she was portrayed by the 19th-century men who saw her as their muse: artists Walter Deverell, her husband Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and most famously Jo...

Almost Liverpool 8 review – portrait of a postcode searches for the Toxteth spirit

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As a community organiser says at the start of this documentary, the name Toxteth – apparently hardly used in the area pre-1981 – has become synonymous with riots. Directors Daniel Draper and Allan Melia set out to sho...

Checkout 19 by Claire-Louise Bennett review – portrait of a lady

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Early on in Claire-Louise Bennett’s keenly awaited novel, its unnamed narrator recalls childhood visits to her grandmother’s home. When it was time to leave, the elderly woman, whose much-loved signature bake was frui...

Strangers on a Pier by Tash Aw review – an intimate family portrait

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Years ago I was queueing in a fruit and veg shop in Cornwall with my half-Chinese dad when an elderly woman came up and asked him: “Where are you from?” “Liverpool," él dijo. “But where are you really from?” she pers...

Alia’s Birth review – a loosely collaged portrait of a foundering relationship

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An affecting – and apparently real – home-birth sequence comprises the last 15 minutes of Egyptian film-maker Sam Abbas’s otherwise fictional short feature. The sudden onrush of biological imperative gives this footag...

Val review – unusual doc offers fractured portrait of an unusual actor

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Who is Val Kilmer? Is he a former A-lister, whose idiosyncrasies and counter-culture taste made him a Hollywood outcast? Or is he an unbearable egotist who alienated the industry through rude unprofessionalism and imp...

Revisión de Hemingway: un retrato apasionante de una leyenda literaria

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Aquellos familiarizados con el estilo de Ken Burns - memorablemente utilizado para desentrañar temas tan variados como la guerra de Vietnam, jazz y béisbol: esperarán un cierto nivel de la interpretación del reconocido documentalista de Ernest H ...

Sunflowers review – an intricate portrait of Van Gogh’s iconic series

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No es sorprendente, Vincent van Gogh has proved a rich seam for the Exhibition on Screen gallery series, with one of the most commercially potent of modern painters providing material for previous films including Van Go...

The Killing of Two Lovers review – a riveting portrait of male rage

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Pain and rage pulse through this superbly made drama about marital breakdown and male humiliation. The tension is cranked up in its shocking first scene, which works cleverly in tandem with the title, but writer-direc...

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