The Shape of Water: an unconventional love story… or is it?

I was first in the queue to see The Shape of Water. Within 30 seconds of tickets being released for the preview at London’s BFI, I was entering my card details – and feeling extremely smug. I missed the premiere in Venice (unfortunately the day I was there meant Clooney’s Suburbicon was the only filmContinue reading “The Shape of Water: an unconventional love story… or is it?”

Honourable Women

I loved the BBC’s recent Jamaica Inn. Although a handful of viewers made more noise about adjusting the volume on their remote controls (I had no problems), I was totally engrossed in what was a brilliantly adapted (Emma Frost), fantastically directed (Philippa Lowthorpe) drama with a strong character at its core (wonderfully portrayed by Jessica Brown Findlay). It struckContinue reading “Honourable Women”