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David Fincher’s eleventh film is his most personal and revealing yet

A new Netflix release has been trailed as a masterpiece, with myriad claims to Oscar recognition, says Christopher Silvester

The suspicion that it has a partial basis in fact makes the saga splendidly and addictively watchable

The BBC must face reality over its future funding

How the rise of streaming platforms has killed home entertainment

Woke Oscars tries to cripple the film industry, Stonewall capture the police and the Scottish enlightenment is cancelled

Netflix’s latest controversy has highlighted another troubling conflict between the Right and the Left

Why is the American south still regarded as repository for all the shortcomings of America?

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