Review: Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

In 1979, a young Liverpudlian is blown-away when Hollywood starlet of 30 years ago Gloria Grahame moves in next door. They hit it off instantly. Stellar performances from Anette Bening and Jamie Bell flesh out their deep characters and make their whirlwind romance, and subsequent low-points, all the more real. A local story at your local cinema!

Review: The Guardians

The Great War tore apart families across Europe; people sacrificed for what they believed in, both on the front and at home. The Guardians is the story of the Sandrail women of Paridier farm, France. Headed by Hortense (Nathalie Baye), her daughters, and supported by skilful teenage orphan Francine (Iris Bry), the daily toil of running the farm, both physical and emotional, must be worked through without cessation – what the men have gone to fight for must still be there upon their return. Director Xavier Beauvois’ vivid, moving tale isn’t one to be missed.

Review: Edie

An unfortunate turn of events presents Edith “Edie” Moore (Sheila Hancock) with the opportunity to embark on the adventure of a lifetime: climb the oddly-shaped, barely accessible Scottish mountain that she and her late father only ever dreamt of climbing. However, being a mere 83 years young means Edie’s ascension to the summit is a meaner feat than for most. Director Simon Hunter’s film features a vibrant, lively central performance set perfectly against the awesome, blooming Scottish Highlands. One for adventurers and aspiring adventurers alike!