Help: Review

Help: Review

Sarah develops a close relationship with Tony, played by Graham, who suffers from early-onset Alzheimers and is struggling to come to terms with the loss of his mother. After a short term working in the home, the Covid-19 pandemic hits, leaving a wave of destruction...
Uprising By Steve McQueen: Review

Uprising By Steve McQueen: Review

One of the programme’s contributors, Andrew, a close friend of Paul who tragically lost his life in the fire, paints a damning picture of the Met, with the police force hoping to rely on him, as the only white attendee, to provide statements that could shift the...
Nomadland: The Age Of Resilience

Nomadland: The Age Of Resilience

Nomadland: The Age Of Resilience A bittersweet taste of Americana amongst growing economic crisis, financial insecurity and resilient people. Nomadland, directed and written by the burgeoning Chloé Zhao, who adapted the film from a book by Jessica Bruder, is art...
Small Axe: Tale Of Black Britain

Small Axe: Tale Of Black Britain

Red, White And Blue The third in the series shows the trials and tribulations of Leroy Logan, played by John Boyega. Logan became nationally known as the founder of the Black Police association, and eventually reached the rank of Superintendent. Mcqueen tells the...
Corporate: Capitalist Realism Through Comedy

Corporate: Capitalist Realism Through Comedy

Corporate: Capitalist Realism Through Comedy In July last year, tragicom programme “Corporate” wrapped up its 3rd and final series, leaving behind 26 episodes of humour, starkness and a not so subtle critique of late stage capitalism. The show is set in a large...