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Film review: Minari

Writer-director Lee Isaac Chung hits the sweet spot with this quietly charming coming-of-age film about a Korean family setting up home in 1980s Arkansas.

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Film review: Wild Things

A new documentary follows a group of young Australian climate activists, loosely weaving their fresh protests with historical events. It’s powerful, if a little too polite.

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Film review: The Flood 

With a fierce heroine leading the charge, The Flood is a western-style revenge thriller set against a backdrop of injustice and brutality in World War II Australia.

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Film review: Ammonite

Kate Winslet gives an Oscar-worthy performance as British palaeontologist Mary Anning in writer-director Francis Lee’s beautifully filmed romantic drama Ammonite, writes Susan Mitchell.

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Film review: My Salinger Year

Sigourney Weaver steals the limelight in this beautifully shot adaptation of Joanna Rakoff’s best-selling memoir about her year working in New York for JD Salinger’s literary agent.

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Film review: Music

Adelaide-born singer-songwriter Sia’s long-awaited directorial debut about a girl with autism has hit the silver screen after a storm of controversy.