Film Reviews.

Of Fish And Foe review Pat Byrne

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Andy Heathcote’s documentary follows the Pullar family, who have traditionally fished in Scottish waters for decades and are now threatened by environmentalists among others.  The film follows John and Kevin Pullar and their crew as they lay their nets to catch salmon as the fish head to Scottish rivers. Their methods, including the killing of […]

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Saturday, July 27, 2019 | Filed under: Cinema, Film reviews, Film Reviews

Mid90s, Glasgow Film Festival 2019 review Pat Byrne

Mid90s

Mid90s is Jonah Hill’s directorial debut – a coming of age film set in the 90s in Los Angeles. Stevie (Sunny Suljic) the main character is a thirteen year old, who lives in a lone parent household with his mum (Katherine Waterston) and older brother Ian (Lucas Hedges). Ian is a violent bully and young […]

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Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | Filed under: Cinema, Film reviews, Film Reviews, Glasgow Film Festival 2019

Isle of Dogs, Glasgow Film Festival 2018 – review by Rachelle Atalla

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Isle of Dogs – A review by Rachelle Atalla Anyone who has watched a Wes Anderson film will be aware that it’s best to leave scepticism at the door and embrace his bizarre and whimsical world. Isle of Dogs is no exception. I’ll admit that I wasn’t the greatest fan of Anderson’s first attempt at […]

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