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Sydney Film Festival – Everyday review

By Simon Miraudo June 7, 2013 We talk about Steven Soderbergh being an outrageously prolific genre-hopper, but now that he’s supposedly retired, might we turn the conversation to Michael Winterbottom? It feels as if a new film of his is out every other week, be it a collaboration with his favourite star, Steve Coogan, or […]

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Teaser Debut: Everyday

For the past five years, Michael Winterbottom has been shooting a movie with John Simm and Shirley Henderson. Finally, that movie is ready to be shared with the world. Everyday stars Simms as an imprisoned father, and Henderson as his wife who must care for their four children during his incarceration. The picture was shot in […]

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Happiness rebooted – Life During Wartime review

Life During Wartime – Starring Allison Janney, Shirley Henderson and Ciaran Hinds. Directed by Todd Solondz. Rated MA. By Simon Miraudo. It feels a little wrong, even perverse, to describe a Todd Solondz film as “fun”. But Life During Wartime – the sequel to his acclaimed and highly disturbing 1998 picture Happiness – is fun. […]

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