Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood (2019)

Thank you Quentin Tarantino. Thank you for not making ‘The Sharon Tate Story’. I’m going to err on the side of benevolence and assume that it was Tarantino himself who realised that it was not a good idea to go there. Instead, he has taken those events as a starting point, weaving fictional (but believable) … Continue reading Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood (2019)

Waru

Waru is a film which I tried to get to see at TIFF in 2017, but it was sold out. It doesn't seem to have been released outside of festivals. It's been on my watchlist but 'unavailable' on Amazon Prime for almost a year. I wondered if I would ever get to see it. And … Continue reading Waru

Three Identical Strangers

The thing I often struggle with in watching documentaries, no matter how good they are, is that they are by nature subjective. With carefully timed revelations controlled by the director, I frequently feel manipulated by the end, which hugely reduces my enjoyment of the film as a whole. With Three Identical Strangers though, director Tim … Continue reading Three Identical Strangers