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The best films to stream from home this April

Exploring the offerings from Mubi and Curzon home cinema

By Wendy Ide   May 2020

Who You Think I Am, Curzon Home Cinema Juliette Binoche (above) plays a fifty-something woman who becomes obsessed, both with the younger man she befriends on social media and with the flighty alternative identity that she creates for herself. The virtual landscape is one that invites deceit, and this enjoyably lurid drama satisfyingly mines the slippery layers of manipulation. Binoche is terrific, striking a balance between portraying a sympathetic…

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