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Me and You - review

There's intimacy and immediacy in this movie from the 73-year-old Bernardo Bertolucci: it's an engaging, if slight, two-hander about a troubled teenage boy, Lorenzo (Jacopo Olmo Antinori) who tells his mother he's going on a school skiing trip but...

Peter Bradshaw | The Guardian

Theorem - review

Maybe Pasolini's playful fable of ideas is the great director's attempt to put a bomb under Italy's stagnant governing class Pasolini's Theorem - now revived nationally in cinemas as part of a retrospective - is bizarre, playful and mysterious, an...

Peter Bradshaw | The Guardian

First Position - review

A documentary about aspiring American ballet dancers has been fatally influenced by reality-TV feelgood values Bess Kargman's First Position is a blandly feelgood documentary about aspiring young ballet dancers. Kargman follows a handful of teens as...

Peter Bradshaw | The Guardian

The High Art of the Low Countries, BBC Four, review

Florence Waters reviews the first part of Andrew Graham-Dixon's new series on the art of Renaissance Flanders.

Florence Waters | Telegraph

Night Waves: Oliver Stone, Chimamanda Adichie, Web Harvesting

Chimamanda Adichie, Oliver Stone, AS Byatt on web harvests, and a Twitter-inspired opera.

BBC iPlayer | Samira Ahmed

Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane

An intimate portrait of the evolution of one of the world's most enduring rock bands.

BBC iPlayer

Front Row: Tamara Rojo; James Blake; The Place Beyond the Pines

Dancer Tamara Rojo; musician James Blake; The Place Beyond the Pines starring Ryan Gosling.

BBC iPlayer | John Wilson

Trance - review

If you thought Danny Boyle could do no wrong after the Olympic ceremony, this overcooked art heist is proof that even great directors have career blips In this country, we like our National Treasures, largely late-middle-aged men in public life of a...

Peter Bradshaw | The Guardian