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HOME Pick of the Week

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Review: Kaleidoscope

Golden-Globe and BAFTA nominee Toby Jones has become a household name for many since his breakthrough performance as Truman Capote in 2006’s ...

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Review – Call Me By Your Name

Following I Am Love and A Bigger Splash, Call Me By Your Name concludes Luca Guadagnino’s thematic Desire trilogy with a satisfied ...

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Review: The Party

Renowned for 1992’s Orlando and the more recent Yes (2004), Sally Potter has thus far had an understated yet critically acclaimed career.  ...

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Review: Kaleidoscope

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Review – Call Me By Your Name

Posted on Nov 9, 2017 2
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Review: The Party

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Review: Kaleidoscope

Toby Jones is directed by his brother in a claustrophobic, psychological thriller which impresses despite a precarious plot

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Review – Call Me By Your Name

Armie Hammer stars in a beautiful adaptation of André Aciman’s novel which celebrates and meditates on homosexuality

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Review: The Party

A star studded cast whine and dine in a smouldering soirée hosted by Kristin Scott Thomas and Timothy Spall

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Review: Sara (2015)

Director Herman Yau dropped by at HomeMcr for a very interesting Q&A following the screening of Sara

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Review: On Body and Soul

A brutal yet alluring Hungarian meditation on dreams and romance from director Ildikó Enyedi

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Re-appraisal: Jungle Fever

Jungle Fever is as powerful as it was 26 years ago

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Review: Wind River

Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen star in a chilling thriller set in the unforgiving snowy wilderness of Wyoming

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Review: The Limehouse Golem

Ackroyd’s 1994 novel is adapted for the big screen in a sinister Victorian murder mystery led by Bill Nighy

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Review: The Ghoul

Directorial debutant Gareth Tunley’s The Ghoul marks a statement of intent from the Brit, yet ultimately lacks clarity and focus

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Preview: This Week at HOME

Our top three picks for films showing at HOME in the upcoming week

SDI Productions

Feature: Interview with director Martin Radich

The film is now playing in UK cinemas—we sat down with the Director to get to grips with the film’s essence

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HOME Pick of the Week: Victoria

Although the plot often stretches plausibility, Victoria remains an entertaining and technically impressive drama