Elisabeth Moss

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The Handmaid’s Tale: will the TV hit break its cycle of cruelty?
Season four of the drama based on Margaret Atwood’s novel has seen Elisabeth Moss’s June in near-constant peril. However, it seems her latent rage could be the thing that sets her free

Rebecca Nicholson

22, Aug, 2021 @12:00 PM

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The French Dispatch: Wes Anderson’s ode to newspapers is a periodic delight
Amazing visuals, lots of laughs and an A-list cast – including Bill Murray – make Anderson’s tribute to the New Yorker a real treat

Peter Bradshaw

12, Jul, 2021 @5:21 PM

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The Handmaid’s Tale season four review – hope at last in the most harrowing show on TV
Elisabeth Moss has always made this impressive if horrifying TV. But as the new series turns June into queen of the rebels, it has a shot of new life

Rebecca Nicholson

20, Jun, 2021 @9:10 PM

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From Nitram to Penguin Bloom: Australian films to look out for in 2021
Jane Campion, Larissa Behrendt and Baz Luhrmann helm some of next year’s big releases, with stars including Zac Efron, Naomi Watts and Elisabeth Moss

Luke Buckmaster

25, Dec, 2020 @7:00 PM

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Death! Dancing! Drinking! The best movie moments of 2020
From an unusual first kiss to a horrifying shock death, Guardian writers pick their most impactful big screen bits of the year

Adrian Horton, Guy Lodge, Charles Bramesco, Beatrice Loayza, Steve Rose, Radheyan Simonpillai, Pamela Hutchinson, Jordan Hoffman, Benjamin Lee, Andrew Pulver and Catherine Shoard

24, Dec, 2020 @8:17 AM

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Culture to cheer you up during the second lockdown: part two
Following yesterday’s roundup of music, games, books, TV, dance and visual art, our critics continue their picks of culture to lift the spirits during tough times

Peter Bradshaw, Brian Logan, Arifa Akbar, Hannah Verdier and Andrew Clements

06, Nov, 2020 @11:13 AM

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Shirley review – Elisabeth Moss gets under a horror writer's skin | Peter Bradshaw's film of the week
Moss bristles with malevolence as a fictionalised version of Shirley Jackson but the film’s early menace fizzles out

Peter Bradshaw

29, Oct, 2020 @9:00 AM

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History remixed: the rise of the anachronistic female lead
The lives of women from history, from Catherine the Great to Shirley Jackson, are being brought to the screen with a radical focus on character over facts

Adrian Horton

04, Jun, 2020 @3:54 PM

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Phantom Cannes lineup a defiant statement of survival for festival that lives in the imagination
The Cannes 2020 branding may not mean much by the end of the year, but it’s a reminder of the wonderful alchemy that the festival can create

Peter Bradshaw

03, Jun, 2020 @6:36 PM

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'She puts you into a dream': inside a thrilling film about Shirley Jackson
Shirley, a film by Josephine Decker, transforms the life of the notorious horror author into a dark psychodrama of her own making

Adrian Horton

03, Jun, 2020 @3:23 PM

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The Invisible Man review – Wells with a Hitchcockian twist
Gripping update of HG Wells’s classic

Simran Hans

29, Feb, 2020 @3:00 PM

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Hidden figure: how The Invisible Man preys on real-world female fears
While the new interpretation of HG Wells’s novel might lean into Hollywood silliness, its portrayal of a woman being surveilled is scarily real

Adrian Horton

27, Feb, 2020 @7:45 PM

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