Films starring Mark Stanley

The Settlers review – a brutally violent anti-western

By David Jenkins

This haunting debut by Felipe Gálvez Haberle dismantles the violent colonial trappings of the classic western.



By Josh Slater-Williams

Scott Graham’s impressive third feature stars Mark Stanley as a factory worker with a need for speed.


Sulphur and White

By Jess Duffy

A successful man struggles to come to terms with traumatic events from his past in Julian Jarrold’s ineffective drama.


Dark River

By Mike McCahill

Clio Barnard follows up The Selfish Giant with an overwrought domestic drama starring Ruth Wilson.


Kajaki: The True Story

By Adam Woodward

This suspenseful drama authentically reconstructs a disastrous rescue mission during the Afghan conflict.


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