The Human Voice Review (BFI London Film Festival 2020)

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Acclaimed director Pedro Almodóvar’s latest The Human Voice – a short but sharp film adaptation of the theatre production of the same name – hinges on its central performance. Lucky for him then that he has Tilda Swinton fronting this (almost) one-woman show. Because it’s Swinton’s whirlwind turn that really sells this off-kilter tale of […]

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