Imogen Poots

Baltimore review – chilling and expertly constructed

By David Jenkins

The always excellent duo Joe Lawlor and Christine Malloy create a tense, gripping portrait of Rose Dugdale, who left behind a life of privilege to become a key figure in the IRA.

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Baltimore – first-look review

By David Jenkins

Imogen Poots shines in this angular, fragmented portrait of English rose-turned-firebrand activist Rose Dugdale from Irish filmmakers Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy.

French Exit – first-look review

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Michelle Pfieffer prowls the upper social echelons of Paris and Manhattan in this trifling take on Patrick DeWitt’s novel.


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Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg become trapped in a suburban nightmare in this metaphor-laden domestic horror.


I Kill Giants

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A teenager enters a world of mystery and monsters in this muddled fantasy from director Anders Walter.


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