Current Theatrical Releases

Film Review: Underground: The Julian Assange Story (2012)

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Underground is a thrilling look at the early days of a freedom fighting legend and one of the most prolific characters of our time, featuring an excellent cast of Australian heavyweights including Anthony LaPaglia and stunning newcomers including Laura Wheelwright who plays Assange’s young bride and the mother of his son.

Film Review: Thérèse Desqueyroux (2012)

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Adapted from François Mauriac’s novel of the same name, Claude Miller’s final film retells the story of provincial French life in the late 1920s with sombre beauty. Capturing the painterly quality of the vast pine forests of the Landes region the southwest, France, Thérèse Desqueyroux is a well-crafted drama of subtle charm.

AFFFF Review: In The House (2012)

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The French auteur Francois Ozon has crafted a deftly intelligent character drama interwoven with a psychological thriller that works extremely well in the first two thirds before collapsing under the weight of expectation in its finale.