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London Film Festival 2019 – The Song of Names

Writer: Jeffrey Caine Director: François Girard Reviewer: Richard Maguire In the 1990s, François Girard directed and co-wrote Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould, a game changer for both biopics and movies about music. In comparison his new film, The Song of Names, based on the novel by Norman Lebrecht, lacks verve and experimentation. Its story of a man trying ...

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Night of the Iguana – Noël Coward Theatre, London

Writer: Tennessee Williams Director: James Mcdonald Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty The thickness of the air around the clifftop veranda feels almost physical in James Mcdonald’s production of this hot, sticky, sometimes disturbing, always intriguing play. Trapped in a Mexican rainforest at a tin-roofed collection of shacks trying to be a hotel where people can run to when their problems get overwhelming, ...

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