By Tom Huddleston
Gurinder Chadha’s sentimental coming-of-ager charts a British-Pakistani teen’s fixation with Bruce Springsteen.
Despite some spectacular production design, this is far from a precision-tooled adaptation of Philip Reeve’s steampunk fantasy.
Don’t miss this forensically constructed murder story from Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda.
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