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FILM FOR THOUGHT: LOST IN TRANSLATION

Brainy film buff Adam Hollingworth offers a weekly glimpse into his musings on cinema. This week, Andrea Arnold's drastically reimagined "Wuthering Heights" and a superior foray into the pitfall-abundant area of adapting classic literature on film.
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FILM FOR THOUGHT: IN THE NAME OF THE MOTHER

Brainy film buff Adam Hollingworth offers a weekly glimpse into his musings on cinema. This week, Lynne Ramsay's latest, a challenging expressionistic take on some profoundly dramatic ideas, and the enduring cinematic relationship between a psychopath and his mother.
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FILM FOR THOUGHT: EXTINCTION

Brainy film buff Adam Hollingworth offers a weekly glimpse into his musings on cinema. This week, a remarkable filmmaking debut from Paddy Considine which single-handedly advances the potential of British cinema, and asserts the superiority of film as the art form best placed to represent our times.
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FILM FOR THOUGHT: BACK-SEAT DRIVER

Brainy film buff Adam Hollingworth offers a weekly glimpse into his musings on cinema. This week, how "Drive" demonstrates that in film two heads are usually better than one, especially when they belong to the like of Nicholas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling
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FILM FOR THOUGHT: MONSTER MASH

Brainy film buff Adam Hollingworth offers a weekly glimpse into his musings on cinema. This week, Norwegian horror mockumentary "The Troll Hunter," the limits of the "found-footage" sub-genre, and why monsters just aren't that monstrous any more.