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A slow progression of childless marriage

A slow progression of childless marriage

Former British television director Joanna Hogg was 48 when she made her first feature film in 2008. Unrelated was a fascinating study of a fragile, childless woman who joins a friend’s family on holid ...
God knows we need something to believe in

God knows we need something to believe in

Robert Tanitch reviews The Believers at Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn, London NW6 There are acts of God by God and there are acts of God as described in insurance policies. Either way there are no winners ...
Major film by a major American director

Major film by a major American director

Robert Tanitch reviews the latest DVDs ACE IN A HOLE (Eureka). Billy Wilder thought his bitingly cynical commentary on journalists and a morbid gawping public was his best film. It flopped at the box ...
Two famous Russian plays acted in Russian

Two famous Russian plays acted in Russian

Robert Tanitch reviews Uncle Vanya and Three Sisters at Wyndham’s Theatre, London WC2 Moscow’s Mossovet State Academic Theatre is here for two weeks with two plays by Anton Chekhov, directed by Andrei ...