Strangely inspiring, it’s occasionally disturbing but most of all, completely addictive.
However it came to be, this is still packed with honest moments alongside mad humour that stems from the pure chaos of alcohol and real life.
An unpredictably persuasive documentary, with more than a question over how differently we treat animals and fellow human beings.
Max Richter’s Sleep, a film by Natalie Johns, will be released on DVD and Blu-ray 12 October, and we’ve got two to giveaway on Blu-ray!
14 top class titles of films, TV series’ or documentaries that you can watch now for Black History Month on NOW TV.
Unsurprisingly contemporary, considering this was 40 years ago, but ultimately brilliantly informed and fascinating to witness.
Reflective, insightful and hopeful. This is a rewarding film experience.
Not only celebrating the life of the great man but also reflecting on man-made destruction and what we can do to change… now!
2018 looks like it was pretty special, especially when I’m sat here in the less than splendid isolation of 2020.
Watch the wonderful trailer for Robin’s Wish…