Cinema: Double dramas make bad neighbours
Reviews of Suburbicon and Battle of the Sexes
Two films for the price of one seems like a bargain but, as with most things, quality counts over quantity. For George Clooney’s sixth film Suburbicon, which he directs but does not appear in, the quality comes from an old script by Joel and Ethan Coen, a distant cousin of Fargo which had been sitting in the bottom of a drawer since they wrote it in the late 1980s. The quantity comes...
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