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LFF eats the rich: 7 films tackling inequality at the London Film Festival 2022
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LFF eats the rich: 7 films tackling inequality at the London Film Festival 2022

LFF Director Tricia Tuttle explains how cinema can help us face the darkness in our times… and picks out seven films to start you thinking

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid
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30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid

Bram Stoker’s Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, is a riot of blood-soaked rich colours. It’s coming back to cinemas from next week to mark its 30th birthday.

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress
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Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress

A charwoman charms the House of Dior to make a dream come true

Don’t Worry Darling: A dystopian take on the American Dream
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Don’t Worry Darling: A dystopian take on the American Dream

Crimes of the future: Surgery is the new sex in Cronenberg’s latest ick-flick
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Crimes of the future: Surgery is the new sex in Cronenberg’s latest ick-flick

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This is Gwar review: ‘A goofy, goopy assault on the senses’
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This is Gwar review: ‘A goofy, goopy assault on the senses’

Everything Went Fine: A right-to-die story that’s strangely life-affirming 
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Everything Went Fine: A right-to-die story that’s strangely life-affirming 

Mass review: Compelling drama faces every parent’s worst nightmare head-on
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Mass review: Compelling drama faces every parent’s worst nightmare head-on

The films you need to see in 2022
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The films you need to see in 2022

Jason Statham is the Cary Grant who could kick your head off
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Jason Statham is the Cary Grant who could kick your head off

House of Gucci review: A decadent parade of high camp and dodgy accents
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House of Gucci review: A decadent parade of high camp and dodgy accents

Petite Maman review: ‘Things get a little weird’
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Petite Maman review: ‘Things get a little weird’

Dear Evan Hansen review: ‘Hard to know what the filmmakers were aiming for’
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Dear Evan Hansen review: ‘Hard to know what the filmmakers were aiming for’

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Respect review: Jennifer Hudson is sensational as Aretha Franklin
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Respect review: Jennifer Hudson is sensational as Aretha Franklin

Shorta review: tense foot chases, abrupt shootouts and meaty fistfights
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Shorta review: tense foot chases, abrupt shootouts and meaty fistfights

Risky business: WeWork’s rise and fall
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Risky business: WeWork’s rise and fall

The Last Letter from Your Lover review: a solid story with a strong casting
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The Last Letter from Your Lover review: a solid story with a strong casting

Nowhere Special: ‘James Norton’s special performance of repressed emotion’
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Nowhere Special: ‘James Norton’s special performance of repressed emotion’

Freaky review: A body-swap stabfest with emotional stakes
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Freaky review: A body-swap stabfest with emotional stakes

Supernova review: An unfussy, careful, utterly engaging drama
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Supernova review: An unfussy, careful, utterly engaging drama

Rare Beasts review: A memorably bracing experience
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Rare Beasts review: A memorably bracing experience

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