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My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Our film columnist Thomas Wartenberg ponders the pitfalls of cross-cultural coupling as he watches this season’s romantic comedy hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
[Issue 40: March/April 2003: Films: 22 matches]

The Horror Anomaly

Daniel Toré contemplates the ethics of finding pleasure in displeasure.
[Issue 156: June/July 2023: Films: 21 matches]


Terri Murray scrutinises a feminist film about a woman who desires her rapist. Warning: SPOILERS
[Issue 122: October/November 2017: Films: 20 matches]

Mystic River

Our movie maestro Thomas Wartenberg says that Clint Eastwood’s recent film Mystic River is a tragedy – but in the good sense of the word.
[Issue 45: March/April 2004: Films: 20 matches]

Beauty versus Evil

Stuart Greenstreet asks whether we may judge a work to be artistically good even if we know it to be morally evil.
[Issue 132: June/July 2019: Articles: 20 matches]

The Western as Philosophy

Revisiting the Western convinces Thomas Wartenberg that historical progress is not just a simple question of good heroically triumphing over evil.
[Issue 61: May/June 2007: Films: 19 matches]

The Other Son

Thomas Wartenberg observes the family as politics.
[Issue 106: February/March 2015: Films: 19 matches]

Caché (Hidden)

Babak Amou’oghli relates a tale of hospitality and hostility.
[Issue 84: May/June 2011: Films: 19 matches]

Forrest Gump

Terri Murray reviews a classic satire.
[Issue 83: March/April 2011: Films: 18 matches]


Ellen Klein reviews a poignant and thoughtful film from her adopted home town of Sarajevo – Remake.
[Issue 44: January/February 2004: Films: 18 matches]

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