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Being dropped into a series of Manhattan apartments circa 2010 for a fast-paced comedy might now feel like a dated sitcom. And while there are elements of Stephen Adly Guirgis'...
Mass poisoning, murder, religious devotion, ecstasy, money laundering, immigration fraud and the bizarre tale of the cult you've probably never heard of.
Sh!t Theatre's production of Dollywould is the perfect performance homage to both singer and sheep.
From Midnight Sun, you might expect a run-of-the-mill teenage rom-com, and clichés are in abundance throughout. But it's got more up its sleeve than your traditional teen dram...
Misty doesn’t claim anything other than to exist. Every story deserves to be told and Arinzé Kene’s is one of a virus invasion, gentrification or modern-day colonisation.
Xavier Legrand’s debut feature is a powerful portrayal of the devastation wrought by one man’s abusive behaviour on his family.