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WHO CAN YOU TRUST? BOUND USA 1996. Dirs The Wachowskis. With Gina Gershon, Jennifer Tilly, Joe Pantoliano. 108min. 35mm. 18 The steamiest lesbian film of the ‘90s sees Gina Gershon as a handy plumber seducing a gangster’s moll (Tilly) amid a perilous moneylaundering @BFI 23 SUN 3 DEC FRI 8 DEC 17:30 NFT2 20:30 NFT3 SUN 10 DEC FRI 22 DEC SAT 30 DEC 17:40 NFT1 20:30 NFT3 20:20 NFT1 caper. Typically MON 11 DEC WED 27 DEC 20:40 NFT3 18:20 NFT2 Wachowski, the film drips with style and gruesome moments. You’ll need to watch some of it between your fingers, but be grateful you still have all 10 by the end... HO ONE FALSE MOVE USA 1992. Dir Carl Franklin. With Bill Paxton, Billy Bob Thornton, Cynda Williams, Michael Beach. 105min. 35mm. 18 This rollercoaster ride of a thrillercum road movie follows savvy LA cops on the trail of three criminals as they flee LA for a small Arkansas town. However, the tipped-off local sheriff (Paxton) is ready for a showdown. Subtly tackling sexism and racism along the way, former actor Carl Franklin pulls off a superb, explosive directorial debut. HO LES DIABOLIQUES France 1955. Dir Henri-Georges Clouzot. With Simone Signoret, Véra Clouzot, Paul Meurisse. 117min. Digital. EST. 12A The put-upon wife (Clouzot) of a sadistic headmaster conspires with his mistress (Signoret) to get rid of him. The two women get away with murder, but become increasingly paranoid when his corpse disappears. Clouzot’s masterful film is a terrifying lesson in suspense storytelling, with a twist for the ages. ABo #BFIThriller


BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017
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