By Anton Bitel
The director’s 2002 drama about life on a London housing estate is a film of bleak moments and occasional hope.
By James Morton
Director Mike Leigh emphasises the lack of connection between the characters, and British society as a whole.
Her performance as Princess Diana has positioned Stewart as this year’s awards season front-runner.
By Lydia Figes
Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall play mother and son in Adrian Noble’s biography of LS Lowry.
Woolly dialogue undermines a strong cast and intriguing plot in Sally Potter’s drab drama.
Pseudo-intellectual pontificating abounds in Sally Potter’s brisk middle class comedy.