REVIEW: ‘In Her Hands’ (2020) is a Heart-warming, if Heavily Clichéd, Demonstration of the Power of Music

Ludovic Bernard’s in Her Hands is certainly far from perfect, but it succeeds in sweeping you up into an often-satisfying emotional journey, eventually leaving you at peace.

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The Wes Dispatch #3: Trauma, Grief and Accepting Help in ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’ (2001)

The third installment of The Wes Dispatch takes a look at the themes of trauma and grief in The Royal Tenenbaums

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The Wes Dispatch #2 – ‘Rushmore’ (1998) and the Paradox of Change

The second installment of The Wes Dispatch takes a look at the theme of change in Rushmore

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The Wes Dispatch #1 – Crime, Friendship and Belonging in ‘Bottle Rocket’ (1996)

The first installment of The Wes Dispatch takes a look into Wes Anderson’s 1996 directorial debut Bottle Rocket

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It’s Greek to Me: Love in ‘Lost in Translation’ (2003)

Is Lost in Translation truly a love story, or it is a story about love?

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The Machines Will Save Us: Robots, Artificial Intelligence and Eco-Fiction

Despite the classic world-dominating artificial intelligence trope, eco-fiction frequently portrays machines as our eventual saviours

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