Essential Pick of the Week – Benny’s Video (1992)

As a director Michael Haneke is well known for producing films that reflect and challenge our notions of social development. While in turn polarising audiences and critics alike with tough and often uncomfortable reflections of our own humanity. His films having ranged from the Piano Teacher to The White Ribbon, each one wrapping audiences in themes of isolation and estrangement. …

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BATMAN

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E.T.

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THE INVISIBLE BOY

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THE BASKETBALL DIARIES

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AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS

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SLOW WEST

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FINAL DESTINATION

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LICENSE TO KILL

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The Good Son – Hollywood’s tentative steps into the darker side of childhood

Released in 1993, The Good Son had a turbulent journey to cinema screens. Beset with re-writes, production changes and Hollywood politics in casting. However, despite its tumultuous journey, The Good Son remains a fascinating insight into child criminality on screen. A mainstream film that tentatively dared to imagine that children can and do hurt others. Within a Hollywood system where …

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