Rob Kilm

Film, Venue

The light between oceans

The film opens in December 1918, with a moustached John Sherbourne (Michael Fassbender) and a tone that certainly does not encapsulate the festive season. The grey-blue hue of the camera filter conveys the desolate mind-set of a protagonist psychologically wrecked by the western front. Released in time for Remembrance Day, the film hits the viewer…

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Was DNC complacency to blame?

On reflection, one can see that it was Clinton’s world-view, and what she represented, that contrasted sharply with America’s disenfranchised voters. Clinton is an embodiment of corporate elitism and a neoliberal agenda which has stripped many Americans of their status and power. This applies predominantly to the white male demographic, yet considering that 25 percent…

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