Little White Lies 69: The Free Fire Issue
In this issue…
Adam Woodward heads down to the English seaside town of Brighton to take a stroll with Free Fire director Ben Wheatley.
The World’s Toughest Ben Wheatley Quiz
Adam Nayman, author of Ben Wheatley: Chaos and Confusion, devises some bastard-hard BW multiple choices.
Ella Donald tells story of how Brie Larson was finally able to wave goodbye to second-tier archetype roles to become one of the world’s hottest actors.
Polygraph Test #1 – Sharlto Copley
The South African leading man answers a series of questions on Armie Hammer.
Polygraph Test #2 – Armie Hammer
The honey-toned actor answers a series of questions on Jack Reynor
Polygraph Test #3 – Jack Reynor
The Irish upstart answers a series of questions on Sharlto Copley
Call to Action
Who remembers ‘Action’, the most gratuitously violent kids comic strip ever made? We do… Words by Paul Fairclough.
Nick Pinkerton lavishes praise on Hong Kong maestro John Woo, architect of the time-honoured bullet ballet.
A new fashion column by Christina Newland looking at movies through the prism of clothing. This issue’s focus: the wide-collared shirt.
Julia Ducournau; Park Chan-wook; Cynthia Nixon; Gemma Arterton; Kleber Mendonça Filho.
Mulholland Drive reframed as a musical; The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki; Catfight; Raw; Neruda; Spaceship; The Handmaiden; The Eyes of My Mother; The Transfiguration; The Lost City of Z; City of Tiny Lights; Graduation; Harmonium; Their Finest; The Sense of an Ending; Lady Macbeth; Mindhorn; Heal the Living; The Love Witch; Clash; A Quiet Passion; The Salesman; I Am Not Your Negro; My Life as a Courgette; Jawbone; Aquarius.
Home Ents reviews of Belladonna of Sadness, Fright Night, Mildred Pierce, Cul-de-sac, Two Films by Lino Brocka, Ludwig, The Story of Sin, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore and Two Rode Together. Plus Ex Rent Hell presents… Money Train, by Adam Lee Davies.