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Mustang
Beautifully shot with a superb script and terrific natural performances, 'Mustang' is a gripping and haunting tale of family honour, tradition, sexual paranoia and a desire for freedom.
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Nocturnal Animals
Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2016 Venice International Film Festival, Tom Ford's 'Nocturnal Animals' is a should see, must see, gripping, stylish, utterly absorbing, revenge crime thriller, beautifully shot and with outstanding performances.
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Anomalisa
Charlie Kaufman's 'Anomalisa' is a breathtaking, surreal, original and unique masterpiece.
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After Love (L'Economie du couple)
Joachim Lafosse's compelling exploration of the end of a marriage has riveting performances from Berenice Bejo and Cedic Kahn.
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American Honey
A road movie with British director Andrea Arnold's distinctive touch. Atmospheric, intriguing, spontaneous, beautifully shot with a docu feel that follows a group of 20 somethings as they mix, drink, dance, fight and have sex. Winner Jury Prize 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
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Victoria
Shot in real time with an audacious 139 minute single take, Sebastian Schipper's 'Victoria' is an exhilarating, drug fuelled, frenetic, roller coaster, cinematic wow.
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Arrival
An ambitious, intelligent, stylish and visually stunning sci-fi movie that gradually draws the viewer in and hits the mind and heart.
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Sonita
'Sonita' follows a 15-year-old Afghan refugee, would be rapper's quest for freedom. A riveting documentary that wowed the audience at the Sundance Film Festival.
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Christine
Gripping indie cinema about Florida news reporter Christine Chubbuck who in 1974 killed herself on TV.
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I, Daniel Blake
Ken Loach's Palme d'Or winner is a powerful and unforgiving assault on injustice, a damning critique of a Kafkaesque system that places bureaucracy above people,