Beggars of Life + Host + Inception

Aug 12, 2020, 05:00 PM
All aboard the Louise Brooks train for the silent cinema legend's wildest, nastiest and undeniably most hobo-packed outing: 1928's Beggars of Life. Director William Wellman was coming off the back of the first-ever Best Picture Oscar winner, Wings. Is this a worthy successor?

Off the Shelf kicks off with a sad reminder that other people have been using their lockdown time more productively than you, with Rob Savage's Zoom-shot horror Host. And we also double back to 2010 for Christopher Nolan's Inception, which is being re-released in cinemas, which are large buildings which show films on screens that are bigger than televisions. Just in case anyone had forgotten.

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