Can it really be more than 30 years since "The Stunt Man" dazzled audiences with its clever tale of what goes down when a fugitive from the law stumbles onto a movie set and into the clutches of Peter
BERLIN (Reuters) - An overweight detective with a drinking problem and a fresh divorce stumbles through the snow to catch a killer armed with ice-skates, showing China has no need to envy the Nordics it
Claire Denis has created a menacing and atmospheric neo-noir, as headspinning in its way as The Big Sleep. It isn't there to be watched and understood in the conventional sense, but experienced or inhaled.
First published on Thu 13 Feb 2014 16.15 EST Matt Thorne's witty 90s novel Eight Minutes Idle has been reheated as a low-budget British indie: the result is a well-intentioned disappointment. Tom Hughes