London Student

Author - James Witherspoon

John – an indescribable epiphany

“Everybody knows somebody named John” sighs Geraldine at the midpoint of Annie Baker’s multi-faceted, kaleidoscopic meditation on love and loneliness. John is an odd piece of work: 3 hours 20 mins in length (with two intervals), almost indescribable...

The Commuter: high-speed fare

Being a member of Liam Neeson’s family must be hard: constantly kidnapped and threatened with a variety of sinister fates whilst your husband/father struggles to fight some nefarious corporation on some form of public transport. And in The Commuter...

Darkest Hour: ‘a dark hour indeed’

Have you ever, dear reader, wondered what was happening in Britain during Christopher Nolan’s expansive, rip-roaring Dunkirk? If the answer is ‘yes’, then Darkest Hour might appear to be an interesting companion piece: a film quintessentially...