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Obscure crooner Jerry Vale enters a 21st century cinematic consciousness

A huge resurgence of interest in at this distance obscure crooner Jerry Vale surely begins soon. It sneaks up on you well into the three and a half hours of...

Published: 28 Nov 2019. Updated: 55 days ago.

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Dancing on the Edge

From 2013. The script is paramount with Dancing on the Edge. That’s no surprise perhaps, as the writer of the televison drama set in the London of the early-1930s is...

Published: 26 Nov 2019. Updated: 59 days ago.

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Blue Note documentary: on your TV

Stuck for something to watch on the box tonight if you are not out and about going to gigs or listening to records, that is? How about film maker Sophie...

Published: 15 Nov 2019. Updated: 2 months ago.

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2019 Highlight: Astonishing Tcha Limberger documentary

Directed by Dolma’s Daughters film maker Ádám Miklós and written by the London based Hungarian Yvonne Bauer A Magyar Nóta: Belga Mestere literally 'Belgian Master of Hungarian Song' is a...

Published: 12 Nov 2019. Updated: 32 days ago.

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Don Cheadle’s Miles Ahead

From 2016. Oh dear, oh dear. What a turkey. But why is it so bad? Well where to begin: first, the Ewan McGregor Rolling Stone journalist is a poor caricature...

Published: 11 Nov 2019. Updated: 2 months ago.

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La La Land: 'Not a commentary on the state of jazz'

From 2017. La La Land, relates to jazz, let’s talk about that, shall we, in a number of ways both obvious and not-so. But beyond its theme is an old...

Published: 11 Nov 2019. Updated: 2 months ago.

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