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The Post (from 21 May)
Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star
in Spielberg’s retelling of the 1971
Pentagon Papers saga, a story of
journalism with backbone, and
a government caught in a lie.
Early Man (from 28 May)
Aardman returns with a Stone Age
caper and sly satire of land grabs,
fight backs and football, voiced by
an all-star cast.
Loveless (from 11 June)
As a calamitous marriage collapses,
a scarred child flees into the Moscow
streets. Andrey Zvyagintsev’s drama
won best film at the 2017 London
Journey’s End (from 4 June)
In the trenches of the Great War,
British soldiers prepare to meet
the enemy. Toby Jones and
Paul Bettany star in this fine
adaptation of RC Sheriff’s play.
AIDS ON FILM:
FOUR TO TRY
AIDS: Monolith (1986)
John Hurt narrates the infamous,
doom-laden advertisement from the
first awareness campaign.
AIDS: The Last Chance (1986)
A young Sinéad O’Connor pops up
in the first of a two-part This
AIDS: The Victims (1985)
Current affairs series TV Eye meets
two people who recount their
experiences battling both illness and
Eros Erosion (1989)
Anna Thew’s meditation on
transcience, trauma and taboo in
the wake of the epidemic.
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AIDS: The Last Chance
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