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London Film Festival: Never Let Me Go & other highlights

By Duncan Brown  

When it comes to arts journalism, film critics have it easiest. Insulated by all the glamour of the silver screen, it’s easy to remain indifferent to the people whose work you’re assessing. For this reason, coming face to face with them and the stories of their awesome labours at a press conference probably ups the likelihood of a bit of sympathy and a favourable review. On these grounds this morning’s press conference for Never Let Me Go

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