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Nadia Cheung

Nadia Cheung

HOME Pick of the Week: Dheepan

Dheepan is the 2015 Palme D’Or-winning crime drama that tells a story that the media never did; Nadia Cheung reviews the film as it comes to HOME

Classic Review: Barbarella

Bizarre and gratuity indulgent, Barberella’s cult following still stands

Red Bull Culture Clash – Manchester

Manchester hosts “the world’s biggest music battle”, the Red Bull Culture Clash 2016—featuring Manchester-based acts Made in Manchester, LEVELZ, Dub Smugglers and BASSTRONIC fronted by A Guy Called Gerald

HOME Pick of the Week: Freeheld

Despite good intentions, Freeheld falls completely flat through its terrible script and ill-considered motives

What’s it all about, Chinese astrology?

Nadia Cheung looks deep into her crystal ball and pulls out 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac one by one

HOME Pick of the Week: Trumbo

Bryan Cranston’s performance anchors this period movie about Dalton Trumbo’s life and battle with McCarthyism

Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Mockingjay – Part 2, the final instalment of The Hunger Games franchise, can’t help but feel like a drawn-out cash-grabbing exercise

HOME Pick of the Week: Suffragette

Suffragette successfully chronicles the early feminist movement and manages to be both intellectually and emotionally stimulating

Review: Everest

What Everest lacks in emotional heft, it makes up for with visual splendour

Classic Review: 24 Hour Party People

Winterbottom’s 24 Hour Party People serves as an excellent crash-course in Manchester’s music history

Classic Review: Gilda

Nadia Cheung feels the seduction of film noir