Broken DVD Review

Broken is an interesting piece of cinema; it is based upon the 2008 novel by Daniel Clay, directed by Rufus Norris who is known primarily as a theatre director (London Road) and won a BIFA last year for Best Independent British Film.

The Spirit of ’45 Review

The Spirit of ’45, Loach’s most comprehensive documentary of the British working class struggle to date, is a fierce and impassioned celebration of workers’ power and the possibility of collective organisation to ensure services are delivered for people and not profit. Using interviews and archive footage – public information films, news bulletins, footage of election campaign speeches etc – Loach weaves together a narrative that explains how Britain utterly transformed itself after the Second World War.

LLGFF 2013: I Do

I Do was one of those films, which the more I think about, the more I really do think I enjoyed. Containing the perfect balance between sexiness and story line, concentrating on Jack Edwards (played by David W. Ross, of 90s boyband BAD BOY INC. fame), a British gay man living in New York City.