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Mike Leigh’s comfortably English production features a cast with no weaknesses
Timothy Spall’s performance as the great painter is over-the-top and lacking in subtlety
A bewitching performance from Timothy Spall in Mike Leigh’s beautiful biopic
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The 67th edition promises a heady blend of familiar faces and hopeful first-timers
How director Ben Wheatley became a genre-defying force in British film
This is a painfully good revival of Mike Leigh’s priceless study of class snobbery
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British films excel in subjects that have nothing to do with the concerns of ordinary people
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