Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews THE WHALE a movie to both love and hate @ BFI London Film Festival

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  Some people will hate The Whale,  some people will love it. But if you are lucky, you will be one of the people who both love and hate it. That’s a rollercoaster worth the ride. Charlie (Brendan Fraser)  is entombed in both his body and his apartment. Reclusive, morbidly obese, and refusing to show … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews MEDUSA DELUXE a ‘hairdressing whodunit’ @ BFI London Film Festival

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  Medusa Deluxe, written and directed by Thomas Hardiman, is a whodunnit set in the backstabbing world of competitive hairdressing shows. Completed in one shot that meanders through a claustrophobic set like a deranged Cluedo board we are sent on a hunt to decipher which of the coiffed caricatures is the killer. It’s definitely a … Continue reading

Queerguru’s ANDREW HEBDEN raves about Francis Lee’s AMMONITE

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  It is time to rename the London Film Festival the Lesbian Film Festival because once again our favourite movie of the series was all about the women. Last year it was the skin clawing religious creeper Saint Maud and the ode to life long love of the Two of Us. This year it’s the … Continue reading

Andrew Hebden @ BFI Film Fest London reviews KAJILLIONAIRE

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  While we suspect the success of Bong Joon-ho’s satirical Parasite made this odd story of a family of grifters an easier sell to its Executive Producer Brad Pitt we are glad to report that Miranda July’s Kajillionaire quickly sets its own glorious course tearing apart the nuances of sentiment rather than the notions of … Continue reading

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