Tag Archives: Lindsay Duncan

January 13

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) – Magic realism meets stream of consiousness. (Film review)

Let’s generously ignore the fact that Birdman  or (The Unexpected Virtues of Ignorance) is yet another film about the growing old anxieties of over privaledged white males, for two reasons – a marvellous little mini-speech by Sam (Emma Stone) shouted at her dad (Michael Keaton) informs us that if  Alejandro González Iñárritu doesn’t necessarily know we’re […]

March 01

Le Weekend – Roger Michell and Hanif Kureishi bring back a little Godard. (Film Review)

Sometimes there is a thinness in who we purport to be. The post modern relief for anxiety is meant to be the project, our work, our relationship, our children, the stuff of life that we build are meant to give us meaning, not just occupy our time until we die, but one of the agonising […]