Monthly Archives: October 2012

  1. ‘Carré Blanc’, by Jean-Baptiste Leonetti

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    October 24, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    There’s nothing like a bit of dystopia in a film, so I gave Carré Blanc every chance. I must confess …
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  2. ‘Flaubert’s Parrot’, by Julian Barnes


    October 24, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    How submerged does a reference have to be before it drowns? Geoffrey Braithwaite concedes that his biographer’s net is “a …
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  3. ‘Sound of my Voice’, by Zal Batmanglij


    October 23, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    Both ludicrous and completely plausible, Sound of My Voice sets out to hit the same emotional notes as 2011’s Another …
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  4. ‘Mercy’, by Matthias Glasner


    October 21, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    For a large portion of Mercy, something bad is about to happen. Despite a well-crafted setting of the scene, it …
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