Saturday September 26, 2020

Culture Counter

18th December, 2016

The OA Netflix’s new drama, which began last Friday, looks made for binge-watching. The eight-episode series centres on a formerly blind young woman who returns home seven years after disappearing, with her eyesight mysteriously restored

Sing Street we were delighted to see John Carney’s wonderful 1980s indie flick clinch a Golden Globe nomination on Monday. Kudos, too, to Ruth Negga, Colin Farrell and Caitriona Balfe, who are also up for awards – g’wan...

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