The naked dance and sexual politics show Trilogy was an Edinburgh fringe hit
A Prophet On general release from 22nd January
Movie watching is so fractured these days. There’s the teenage world of High School Musical, the art films on the festival circuit, the blockbusters like 2012 whose posters are plastered on bus shelters, and the indie pics that rely on viral marketing.
But every now and then a film comes along that delivers on the whole palette of cinema’s pleasures: the sensation of action cinema, the contemplation of art cinema, the relevance of social cinema and…
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