Review: Ali & Ava …dissects Clio Barnard’s latest piece of social-realism for its multi-faceted inspirations and lauds its warm message. Ali & Ava is a social-realist-musical-melodrama, flush with spectacle and a love of Bob Dylan. Clio Barnard has been credited as a “new voice for British cinema” by Mark Kermode and here honours this with […]
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