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Pan’s Labyrinth and the importance of reflecting on human atrocities
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Pan’s Labyrinth and the importance of reflecting on human atrocities

Art, I often find, is at its best when it responds to the darkest of times. When it addresses the failings and atrocities of humanity, it serves as one of the most powerful platforms around, and allows us to reflect upon actions, our decisions and our nature. For this reason, ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’, Guillermo del Toro’s … Continue reading

REVIEW- The Square: On interpreting the human condition, evolution and modern society
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REVIEW- The Square: On interpreting the human condition, evolution and modern society

CONTAINS SPOILERS It’s modern-day Sweden, with culture in its epicentre. Christian, a contemporary art museum’s curator has been working on a special show with his group called The Square.  “The Square is a sanctuary of trust and caring. Within it we all share equal rights and obligations.” – states the message of the show. With … Continue reading

REVIEW- Gerald’s Game: On visual manifestations, toxic masculinity and the drive to survive
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REVIEW- Gerald’s Game: On visual manifestations, toxic masculinity and the drive to survive

This year has certainly seen a rise in Stephen King adaptations hitting the screen. With the release of The Mist, The Dark Tower and the spine chilling new-classic IT, it’s no surprise that Netflix have jumped ahead, working with director Mike Flanagan (known for Oculus, Hush) to create something truly twisted. One woman’s horrific battle … Continue reading