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A gift guide for film lovers

A gift guide for film lovers

As Christmas comes around once again, these are the gifts you should be getting for the cinephiles in your life
How to Have Sex review: A sobering story of Brits abroad | LFF 2023

How to Have Sex review: A sobering story of Brits abroad | LFF 2023

Molly Manning Walker’s debut feature focusing on three teen girls on holiday solidifies its place in important contemporary British cinema
Rotting in the Sun review: Sun, sex, and senseless protagonists

Rotting in the Sun review: Sun, sex, and senseless protagonists

Rotting in the Sun’s satirical stance on human melancholy is an acquired taste but one that is completely unrestrained and wild
Passages review: Desire has never been so pleasureless

Passages review: Desire has never been so pleasureless

Passages studies sexuality and desire through a queer love triangle but forgets about the pleasure in Mubi’s latest release
Aftersun review: A searingly original debut

Aftersun review: A searingly original debut

Charlotte Well’s directorial debut tackles the fallibility of the parent and the limitations of childhood perspective