Posts by Jason Wood

The Deep Blue Sea

By Jason Wood

Terence Davies’ wartime tragi-romance is filmmaking of the highest order.

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Attenberg

By Jason Wood

Largely eschewing the shock tactics of Dogtooth, Attenberg is arguably superior and certainly more embraceable.

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Animal Kingdom

By Jason Wood

David Michôd doesn’t put a foot wrong. The writing, direction and performances are first-rate.

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Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

By Jason Wood

Uncle Boonmee is by turns ironic, poignant, profound and languidly sensuous and erotic.

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