All posts tagged metropolis

Mute Review – Tonally Confused and Narratively Uninspired, Duncan Jones’ Sci-Fi Thriller Has Nothing New to Say

In numerous interviews discussing Mute, Duncan Jones has admitted that his latest film is somewhat of a passion project that has been in development hell for years. However, it’s finally […]

SAD in London

Far from the pressing deadlines and culminating modules of November and December, and out of the strange shock of having to spend an intense period of time with extended family, […]

We need to get rid of the “true film fan” rhetoric.

You’ve heard it before. If you haven’t seen the classics, the silent epics, and lots of foreign films then you aren’t a real film fan. If you’ve never watched Casablanca […]

Lessons from Virginia Woolf: ‘Mrs Dalloway’ (1925), An Ode to Life

The poetic blending of vibrant impressions envelops us within the chaos of the city; the plunge into Mrs Dalloway’s mind reveals how “Bond Street fascinated her; Bond Street early in […]