Colour Out of Space + True History of the Kelly Gang + Portrait of a Lady On Fire + Bond Retrospective 1

Mar 04, 2020, 06:00 PM
Never one to do things the normal way, Cinema Eclectica are celebrating Valentine's Day in March with our nominations for cinema's best ever couples. It's all part of our celebration of Celine Sciamma's Portrait of a Lady on Fire, one of three new releases we review this week. Before that, it's the first part of Mark's Bond retrospective, kicking off with - what else? - the Connery era.

OK, so we don't always mix things up.

After that, Tim trips out and Cages up with Richard Stanley's comeback Colour Out of Space, Graham asks "you OK, Australia?" after seeing Justin Kurzel's True History of the Kelly Gang, and finally Sarah paints us a picture of the biggest foreign language film of the year that doesn't include a beef noodle recipe. Next week: Pixar!

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