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Feeling festive? Daddy’s Home 2 is officially out now

Feeling festive? Daddy’s Home 2 is officially out now

Culture, Entertainment, Film, Premiere
On Thursday night, October 16th, Voice of Westminster journalists Betina Gluhova and Asena Degirmenci went to Leicester Square to attend the UK film premiere of one of this year’s most anticipated Christmas comedies – Daddy’s Home 2. As Christmas is just weeks away we bet that everyone is looking forward to drink hot chocolate, wear cosy socks and watch a festive family movie at home. Well, we can begin our winter rituals now. Following the hit movie from 2015 this year Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) and Brad (Will Ferrell) join forces to provide their kids with the perfect Christmas but this time their dads come along – Kurt (Mel Gibson) and Don (John Lithgow). The movie will make you not only smile but laugh and surely it will get you even more excited about Christmas than you already are
The Day After: Human Nature Takes Centre Stage At London Korean Film Festival

The Day After: Human Nature Takes Centre Stage At London Korean Film Festival

Art, Culture, Entertainment, Film, Premiere
When recalling his interview with Hong Sang-soo, director of The Day After, this year’s opening film at the London Korean Film Festival, film critic Tony Rayns remembers being baffled. Why? Well, Sang-Soo’s answers to every question put to him were something along the lines of ‘I don’t know.’ For a director whose movies are renowned for their depth and characters, and are permanent fixtures at prestigious film festivals—in fact, The Day After was in the running for the Palme D’or at Cannes this year, along with another of his features, Claire’s Camera—Hong Sang-soo ‘wings it’ way too often than one would think. If he feels like it, he does it. His work mirrors his eccentricity, and maybe that’s what makes it so great. Shot entirely in black and white, The Day After is the story of th