Truth and Movies

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Yield to the Night remains a powerful rallying cry for social change

By Anna Cale

This powerful Diana Dors prison drama from 1956 makes a compelling case against capital punishment.

Milk bars, jazz and showgirls: The intoxicating world of Expresso Bongo

By Anna Cale

Sixty years on, Val Guest’s delightfully murky musical satire retains a defiantly British sensibility.

Loss, grief and brotherhood in Shane Meadows’ Dead Man’s Shoes

By Anna Cale

Paddy Considine plays an ex-Para seeking revenge in this hard-hitting psychological thriller from 2004.

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