Article Discussions, Film

Representation of the Racialised Body in Loving (2017)

Film Discussion

Loving is a true life dramatic feature depicting the lives of interracial couple Mildred and Richard Loving who battled against the Virginian law in order to spend their lives together.   Their marriage, taking place in 1958, soon sparked attention from the unrelenting law enforcers of Virginia state and putting them in a difficult position of having to remove themselves from the state entirely for the next 25 years to receive a suspended sentence.

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Film, Movie Reviews

La La Land (2017)

Film Review

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Mia (Emma Stone) is an aspiring actress, attempting to navigate her own way through the competitive environment of Los Angeles. Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) has hopes to share his love of jazz music and open his own music club to save the genre. Drawn together after a series of unexpected meetings, the two are propelled into a wondrous blur of romance and music, whilst embarking on their own endeavours to achieve their dreams in the colourful big city. 

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Live Reviews, Music

Ten Years of ADTR

Band Discussion & Gig Review

Ten years ago, American heavy rock band A Day to Remember released their second album For Those Who Have Heart: an album that propelled them further into the limelight. Their gig at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on the 22nd January 2017 marked their ten year anniversary of the album, as well being the first leg on their Bad Vibrations UK tour.

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Article Discussions, Film

Representation of Body & Gender in The Neon Demon (2016)

Film Discussion

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The Neon Demon (2016) does seem to support a belief that contemporary women and young females identify their role as one to be looked at my males and everyone else around them. Director Nicolas Winding Refn fashioned together a shocking depiction of the modelling industry and even portrays these supposed truths in such a way that almost deems offensive to some viewers.

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