Paul Mescal Articles
All of Us Strangers review: A triumph of grief, love and the queer experience
A nuanced and delicate film not suited for the emotionally fragile, full of outstanding performances that will leave you asking: Where is Andrew Scott’s BAFTA nomination?
The Irish literature renaissance: The need for women’s writing
With the emergence of Sally Rooney, the popularity of Irish literature has only increased. We explore why there is now an urgent necessity for contemporary Irish women’s voices in literature.
Foe review: Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal star in doppelgänger dystopia
Garth Davis brings to screen Iain Reid’s 2018 sci-fi drama novel with a beautiful but disturbing glimpse of a devastating near-future hypothesis
Normalising vulnerability and consent: How Normal People made us fall in love with sex
The ‘Normal People’ TV adaptation depicts an authentic sexual intimacy and vulnerability that many shows – and real life relationships – seem to lack these days