Neruda

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The 50 top films of 2017 in the UK: the full list
A heartrending love story tops our list of the year’s best films, which also features a kids’-eye view of Florida, political horror, erotic thrills, sci-fi noir, ghosts, grief and communism

05, Dec, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Olli Mäki, Neruda and Raw: the best films out now in the UK
A lighthearted Finnish comedy-drama about a real-life boxer, a biopic of Chile’s national hero and a gruesome yet beautiful cannibal horror

Ryan Gilbey

21, Apr, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Raw and Neruda: the best films out now in the UK
From Julia Ducournau’s grizzly cannibalistic horror to Pablo Larraín’s 1940s drama about Chile’s national hero

Steve Rose

07, Apr, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Neruda review – poetry and politics clash in Pablo Larraín's historical caper
Gael García Bernal plays a police officer sent on a sham pursuit of the dissident poet Pablo Neruda, in a jokey chase film set in President Videla’s Chile

Peter Bradshaw

07, Apr, 2017 @6:30 AM

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Forty films to kick off 2017 in UK cinemas
Matt Damon scales The Great Wall, Fifty Shades turns Darker, and we reacquaint ourselves with 20th Century Women … plus Lego Batman, King Arthur and a cyborg Scarlett Johansson

Peter Bradshaw and Andrew Pulver

07, Jan, 2017 @10:00 AM

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2017 Golden Globes: full list of nominations
Here’s who’s up for the awards for the cream of TV and film in Hollywood

Guardian film

12, Dec, 2016 @2:01 PM

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The 50 best films of 2016 in the US: No 5 Jackie
Our countdown continues as Benjamin Lee welcomes a surprisingly candid portrait of Jackie Kennedy by Natalie Portman

Benjamin Lee

12, Dec, 2016 @11:52 AM

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Gael García Bernal and Pablo Larraín: 'Trump has the nuclear codes but we have a camera'
The Mexican actor and Chilean director talk about the power and the duty that Latin American cinema has to combat racism in the era of Donald Trump

Rory Carroll in Los Angeles

09, Dec, 2016 @2:53 PM

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Paul Verhoeven and Pedro Almodóvar among record 85 foreign language Oscar entrants
Films from the Dutch and Spanish veterans included among the 85 submissions for next year’s award, with German comedy Toni Erdmann an early favourite

Catherine Shoard

12, Oct, 2016 @9:30 AM

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Oscars 2017: best foreign language race stacked with auteurs and provocations
In gunning for gold, many countries have opted to elect bold auteurs like Paul Verhoeven and Pedro Almodóvar as their mascots. Will the tactic pay off?

Nigel M Smith

27, Sep, 2016 @7:05 PM

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Neruda review - unconventional drama constructs rather than retells Chilean poet's life
Pablo Larrain follows up No and The Club with an unlikely, often surreal and incredibly entertaining film that plays fast and loose with facts and time

Benjamin Lee

14, May, 2016 @2:50 PM

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