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The Iron Claw review – a heartbreaking dissection of fraternal tragedy

By Hannah Strong

Sean Durkin's searing new drama focuses on the incredible story of the Von Erich Brothers, who became heavyweights in the wrestling world, but were dogged by personal tragedy.

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The Bear embraces career uncertainty and what it means to find a purpose

By Lucy Carter

As chefs Carmy and Syd grapple with the weight of their own expectations and ambition, their friends struggle to find a vocation at all. This candid approach to the difficulty of finding a purpose feels quietly refreshing in pop culture.

Fremont – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

A young Afghan immigrant finds herself adrift in San Francisco in Babak Jalali's poetic fourth feature.

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