John Maguire on film: Little is as it seems in a creepy blast from the past

Set in 1980s London, Prano Bailey-Bond’s assured debut Censor builds all the way up to a hugely eventful finale

22nd August, 2021
John Maguire on film: Little is as it seems in a creepy blast from the past
Niamh Algar stars in the sophisticated horror Censor



Directed by Prano Bailey-Bond

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