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Adam

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Blinded by the Light Review

A teenager’s life in 1980s Britain is transformed when he discovers Bruce Springsteen’s music in Gurinder Chadha’s coming-of-age crowd-pleaser.

  • Review
  • 12th July 2019
  • Adam
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Interview with End of Sentence's John Hawkes and Elfar Adalsteins

Director Elfar Adalsteins and actor John Hawkes were in attendance at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss their new film End of Sentence.

  • Interview
  • 4th July 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: End of Sentence Review

John Hawkes and Logan Lerman star in this tender portrait of grief and fractured family dynamics as a father and son embark on an Irish road trip.

  • Review
  • 1st July 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: Ode to Joy Review

Martin Freeman stars as a man with cataplexy in this sweet, funny and beguiling romantic comedy from director Jason Winer.

  • Review
  • 29th June 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: Strange But True Review

Nick Robinson investigates a mysterious pregnancy in Rowan Athale’s half-baked, tonally mismanaged thriller.

  • Review
  • 26th June 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: The Art of Self-Defense Review

Jesse Eisenberg’s nebbish accountant takes up karate in Riley Stearns’ dark, off-kilter comedy.

  • Review
  • 20th June 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: Yesterday Review

Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis explore a world without The Beatles in this winning romantic comedy.

  • Review
  • 18th June 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: Boyz in the Wood Review

Four teenage boys find themselves being hunted in the Scottish wilderness in Ninian Doff’s gleefully silly genre comedy.

  • Review
  • 17th June 2019
  • Adam
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Booksmart Review

Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever impress in Olivia Wilde’s lively, funny and progressive teen comedy.

  • Review
  • 4th June 2019
  • Adam
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Beats Review

Two teenagers try to make their way to an underground rave in Brian Welsh’s witty, poignant Scottish coming-of-age drama Beats.

  • Review
  • 22nd May 2019
  • Adam