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Joseph Abraham reviews Night of the Following Day – Marlon Brando plays a kidnapping criminal in this Reservoir Dog-esque thriller.  Hubert Cornfield’s crime thriller, Night of the Following Day (1968), plays as both a taut crime film and surreal art-house one. It follows a young heiress who is kidnapped by a group of criminals that demand…
In this article from  Skye Heaton-Heather explores ‘How To Hold Your Breath’ by Zinnie Harris which was performed at the Royal Court Theatre between the Fourth of February and Twenty-First of May. With How To Hold Your Breath, The Royal Court’s Artistic Director, Vicky Featherstone, is continuing the theatre’s long-standing tradition of running provocative, contemporary pieces…
Imbued with both humour and nostalgia, Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter is a welcome respite from the parade of self-important films generally occupying our cinemas. Sonya Suraci reviews.  Oscar season always leaves me feeling a little washed up. Who can sustain an enthusiasm for genuinely good cinema amidst the flurry of mega-publicized films relentlessly, aggressively striving…
Feeling a bit parched after the onslaught of essay deadlines? Fashion sub editors Jessica Cole and Sophia Hinton-Lever want to wet your dry tongues with a little sip of whats to come in the next issue of [smiths], to be released on Thursday 29th, (two days time!). Having roped in pouts by some Goldsmiths pals, as…