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  • Apples



    While some people might be craving a return to “normal life” with a potential end to the COVID-19 pandemic visible, other people might question what “normal life” is. Coronavirus is likely to change some of our daily habits, like our cleanliness. However, most of us are unlikely to change how we use technology because it has not been directly affected. Nevertheless, because of the harm social media can cause, which is part of our so-called “normal life”, it may be…

  • Mangrove



    The arrival of Steve McQueen‘s five films combined into the miniseries Small Axe is timely with a rise in protests against racism last year. Each film focuses on systemic racism prevalent in the 1970s and 80s in Britain, but perhaps Mangrove most resembles the current situation.

    Before its gentrification in the late 20th-century, Notting Hill, London was home to many Black citizens, and the Mangrove restaurant became an important meeting space for the Black community. Ever since its opening in…

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  • Soul



    Pixar has produced revolutionary computer-generated animated films ever since the studio’s first feature film in 1995, dazzling the senses with visually breathtaking worlds that encompass captivating stories. Pixar audiences have seen the world of living toys, aquatic life, insect life, and even what happens inside our own heads. Directors Pete Docter and Kemp Powers now take us to the world beyond our living existence in their latest film Soul.

    Soul follows Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx), a middle-aged part-time music teacher…

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    When Céline Sciamma‘s fourth film Portrait of a Lady on Fire screened at Cannes in 2019, it made quite an impact, and quite rightly so. There are many elements worthy of praise, but the performances of Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel and its script are two of the reasons for its success. Both amalgamate to create a feeling of desire that allows the audience to empathise with what unfolds.

    For anyone unfamiliar with Portrait of a Lady on Fire, it…