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André Téchiné perfectly captures the confusion of teenage attraction and repulsion in this French coming-of-age film.
Attraction and repulsion are often close cousins, especially during that confusing teenage time when hormones rage and sexual longing is mixed with self-loathing. André Téchiné’s Being Seventeen captures the contradictions of this age perfectly,...
The sudden death of a 17-year-old boy affects a network of family members, medical professionals and organ recipients in this beautiful and sensitive drama.
Stories about organ transplants are inherently melodramatic: one person’s tragic death gives another person miraculous life. As a filmmaker, it would be easy to overplay emotion or resort to cliché in the telling of such tales. But Heal the...
Wolverine finale gets real, goes out with a bang.
The Wolverine (aka Logan) is the defining role of Hugh Jackman’s career, but the movies in the X-Men extended universe have never matched the standard set by their central star. Jackman plays the character as if he were Othello, with all the...
A disturbing documentary about a homegrown cult.
The Family is currently screening in limited release in Victoria, with screenings planned for NSW, South Australia and Western Australia soon. Details here.  
The vigilante tale we need right now, pushing back on the decay of decency with pulp in the first truly great Netflix original film.
When Ruth (Melanie Lynskey) sighs in I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore, it feels like she’s a conduit for the frayed patience of a world shedding all forms of human decency. Kind of appropriate in 2017, no?...