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Searing revival of Shepard's modern classic about sibling rivalry 'grabs by the jugular'
Philip Seymour Hoffman 'magnificent' until the end in slow-burn Le Carre espionage tale
Ambitious dramatisation of award-winning World War One novel is 'quietly compelling'
Exhibition of Turner's late-career paintings shows the master at his 'most dazzlingly innovative'
New staging of Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identity is 'a slapstick joyride' with emotional depth
Survey of Horst P. Horst's photos immerses viewers in a world of dreamy elegance
Dan Stevens reveals his 'mesmerising' dark side in 'bonkers' new thriller about a returned soldier
Richard Marsh mixes poetry and comedy in a bittersweet two-hander about fatherhood
Chris MacDonald's 'explosive' debut about gay asylum seekers balances hilarity with tragedy
Compelling drama and gallows humour mix well in tale of bread factory workers
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