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End of innocence – Broken review

By Richard Haridy October 23, 2013 Young love, bullying, teen pregnancy, divorce, a terrifying first day at high school, juvenile crushes on an old man, mental illness: Broken certainly packs everything into its schematic coming-of-age narrative. Prominent theatre director Rufus Norris‘ debut feature film, a bold modern-day riff on To Kill A Mockingbird, is a […]

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Mo money mo problems – Arbitrage review

Arbitrage – Starring Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, and Tim Roth. Directed by Nicholas Jarecki. Rated MA. By Richard Haridy. For some time it has felt like Richard Gere has been working on auto-pilot; not making a huge amount of De Niro-style duds, but never stepping up to the challenging roles we know he can do. […]

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