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Society

On Her Majesty’s secret disservice

The reporter who uncovered the truth about Kim Philby, the 20th century’s most infamous spy, and his warnings for democratic society

Still from ‘Nitram’

Culture

An eye on the outlier: ‘Nitram’

Justin Kurzel’s biopic of the Port Arthur killer is a warning on suburban neglect and gun control

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Culture

Bookish intrigue: ‘The Mystery of Henri Pick’

French filmmaker Rémi Bezançon’s charming literary whodunnit is his best film to date

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Culture

Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘The Truth’

The Palme D’Or winner on working with the iconic Catherine Deneuve in his first film set outside Japan

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Culture

David Michôd’s ‘The King’

The Australian director on his Timothée Chalamet–starring adaptation of Shakespeare’s history plays

Patricia Cornelius

Culture

Patricia Cornelius: No going gently

‘Anthem’ marks the return of the Australian playwright’s working-class theatre

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Culture

Tasmanian torments: Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Nightingale’

The Babadook director talks about the necessity of violence in her colonial drama

Culture

A French Western? Jacques Audiard on ‘The Sisters Brothers’

The celebrated director explains how he made a Hollywood staple his own

Still from The Old Man and the Gun

Culture

‘The Old Man and the Gun’ and the outlaw Robert Redford

David Lowery’s new film pays too much tribute to the Sundance Kid

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Culture

‘Custody’ finds the terror in the everyday

Director Xavier Legrand and actor Denis Ménochet discuss making their acclaimed thriller

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Culture

Manly men get moody in ‘Mile 22’

Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg flirt with worldly cynicism in this action thriller

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Culture

‘The Alienist’: a gripping but imperfect thriller

Forensic psychology powers this lavish series, but is one of its less interesting features

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Culture

‘A Quiet Place’, where silence means survival

John Krasinski’s latest film summons terror from the everyday

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Culture

‘Ready Player One’: a candy-coloured lesson on VR’s dangers

Spielberg has principles, and if you don’t like them, he has others

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Culture

‘Early Man’ returns Aardman to its roots

The studio’s founders discuss prehistoric soccer and their history in Hollywood

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