Film
Son of Saul

If you are going to see one film this year, make it Son of Saul. Director László Nemes’ work is so outstanding it is a vital piece of cinema and simply cannot be missed, writes Dan Carrier.

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On the centenary of the Easter Rising, Geoffrey Bell remembers those who spoke up for understanding the reasons for Irish dissent.
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