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  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    i'm writing my dissertation on the relationship between lady bird and her mother. this is a wonderful film and i relate to it heavily. still my favourite film of 2018.

  • Before Sunrise

    Before Sunrise


    What an utterly gorgeous film. I wasn’t emotionally prepared whatsoever and I loved how dialoge heavy this was. I’m in love with this movie and with Jesse and Celine, what a beautiful love story; I think everyone dreams of having someone to talk about everything and anything with. Somebody come to Vienna and explore the city with me.

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  • Young Adam

    Young Adam


    So perhaps I should stop going into films so blindly lol - this was a lot for a Sunday evening. I knew Ewan and Tilda would give excellent performances, however it was all rather peculiar and I kept wondering who Adam was the entire film, still don’t really understand - however, I did really enjoy this. I thought it was strange and unusual but reminded me of one of my favourite films A Bigger Splash (2017) in some ways, which…

  • Barrymore: The Body In The Pool

    Barrymore: The Body In The Pool


    Very well made doc, awful story + equally as awful that this still isn’t solved

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  • 1917



    Wow, wasn’t this beautiful! I was a bit worried it would feel rather similar to previous war films, I mean there isn’t a lot you can do the change the main themes / story, however I did really enjoy this. George McKay is such a beautiful human, the final scenes had me shaken. Visually, this is a beautiful film (or as beautiful of a film as this could be with the theme). Cherry blossoms oh man - I shed a couple of tears. Not the type of film I thought I’d enjoy so much, a pleasant surprise!

  • Beats



    one of the prettiest films i've seen in a while. i'm not usually a fan of b+w, but it worked so well. the characters were believable and it felt so good - almost like a scottish version of this is england '90. the tripping scenes were really cool and didn't feel too out of place. i also really enjoyed the relationship between Spanner and Johnno, however i did think it was gonna go a different direction at one point. this is the kind of film i'd like to make (don't let this poster deceive you, it is beautiful).