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The Worst Person In The World

REVIEWED BY PATRICK MCKENZIE The Worst Person In The World, the Cannes Best Actress-winning film about Julie, aged almost- 30, experiencing the fraught relationships, and veritable vicissitudes of life in modern-day Oslo could be seen to be trite, cliched, or tired – only it isn’t. Joachim Trier’s attempt at packaging the ennui, disillusionment and glaring […]

THE TOURIST

Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck’s second feature film is a far cry from his critically acclaimed debut, The Lives of Others, which won him the Best Foreign Language Film at the 2007 Academy Awards. The Tourist is the story of Frank Tupelo (Johnny Depp) - maths teacher, tourist, and ‘ultimate ordinary man’ – and his encounter […]