Edie is a surprising film. It sets out in an unassuming way and develops into something genuinely affecting. It tells the story of a widow in her early eighties, Edie.
A young woman becomes her own Rebecca in “Make Up”, Claire Oakley’s directorial debut, with flashforwards that push her into adulthood.
South London, City lights in the distance. The crepuscular gloom envelops a man felled by loss, drink and impending homelessness. He has nowhere to go, and no loved ones. Yet “Jawbone” is a quietly exhilarating film.
A world of dark impulses hides in plain sight in the luminous landscapes of Jersey. A serial killer is about.