Review: The Double

An empty train carriage, clattering along an unknown rail line. Jesse Eisenberg’s Simon James stares vacantly out beyond the camera. The texture is a perfect blend of grubby Wes Anderson and Terry Gilliam’s Brazil. ‘You’re in my place’, an unseen mousy brown haired young man says – Simon looks around the carriage, the vacant seats. […]

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Interview: Richard Ayoade

‘Never meet your heroes’ is a phrase often thrown around, and often difficult to ignore. Sitting in a small hotel room in the centre of London, listening to Richard Ayoade with his corduroy suit, dragonfly-imprinted shirt and unmistakeable shock of hair, I found myself thinking back to that saying.  The man was a comedy institution, […]

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