Truth and Movies

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Ben Is Back

By Ella Kemp

Lucas Hedges plays a teenage drug addict who attempts to reconcile with his mother.

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Why addiction melodramas are set to strike a chord this awards season

By Paul Ridd

Timothée Chalamet and Lucas Hedges are earning plaudits for their tender portrayals of troubled young men.

Wonder

By Emily Bray

An explosion of cuddly warmth can be found in this gentle tale of a disfigured boy coming up against school bullies.

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Mother’s Day

By David Jenkins

Garry Marshall’s tin-eared greeting card movie extravaganza is so bad it’s almost quite good.

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Money Monster

By David Jenkins

Jodie Foster swings for the Wall Street fat cats and misses by miles in this thin thriller which premiered in Cannes.

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#CannesSoMale? Not So Fast…

By Sarah Jilani

The Cannes Film Festival is slowly but surely setting out to promote gender equality, and others will follow.

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