Belfast – Movie Review

Leading up to the release of his new movie, writer-director Kenneth Branagh has said that it took him nearly fifty years to figure out how to properly tell the story of his childhood in 1960s Northern Ireland. In the modestly scaled, monochromatic Belfast, we see such turbulent childhood play out, but it makes one wonder […]

Belfast – Movie Review
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