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TV Review: ‘Homeland’ Season Four – Sincere and Scintillating, but Stumped and Sanitized

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What about the approximately 500 000 American-Muslims who wear the hijab each day out of their own choice, even as they might struggle to do so within a sometimes extremely precarious environment - Wasn't Fara suddenly appearing without her hijab one big 'Fuck You' to them? Read More »

TV Review: ‘Homeland’ Season Four Premiere


Homeland reboots with an examination of drone strikes and the effects they have on ordinary people. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Starred Up’

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'Starred Up' is a gritty, realistic prison drama from the UK which enjoyed its US Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival. Read More »

Theatre Review (London): The Little Dog Laughed at the Garrick Theatre

Douglas Carter Beane’s comedy hits London's West End this month. Read More »

DVD Review: Chéri (2009)

Pfieffer and Friend headline Stephen Frears’ latest film, which elevates typical “period piece” expectations with high production values and great performances. Read More »

Movie Review: Cheri

Cheri is a totally engaging, beautifully done, seductive and tragic love story with Michelle Pfeiffer. Read More »