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Marc Nelson

Film Editor

Dunkirk

Watching Dunkirk on a cinema screen is a transfixing experience. Christopher Nolan’s lean war film dispenses with the customary features of a picture in this genre: there are no scenes…

Spider-Man: Homecoming

In the beginning was Tobey Maguire, then came Andrew Garfield, and now the Spider-Man we have before us is Tom Holland. His brief but supremely effective introduction was one of…

EIFF: Song to Song

Screened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017 Song to Song is Terrence Malick’s eighth feature film since 1973, and his fourth to be released this decade alone. While it…

Stockholm, My Love

Stockholm, My Love follows Swedish singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry as Alva, an academic specialising in architecture suffering from a terrible depression following a traumatic event. Her wanderings around the city are…

Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer

Joseph Cedar’s English-language debut is an interesting but flawed character study of the eponymous ‘New York fixer’ Norman Oppenheimer (Richard Gere). The substance of Norman’s occupation is intentionally vague. He…