Tag: Deep Down Dead

FILM REVIEW: Destination Unknown

Spring 1945. Liberation. Freedom. Joyous reunions. Soldiers kissing women. Liberation from concentration camps. This is how history books retell it, how movies portray it; the joy of the horror being finally behind, the desire to turn the page, start afresh. The prospect of a better life ahead. This is how Claire Ferguson’s excellent documentary doesn’t

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BOOK REVIEW: Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb

Any lover of John McClane or Jack Reacher is likely to get a crush on Lori Anderson for she is as tough as it gets, super-human tough, a little bit unrealistically tough. She survives 334 pages of pretty mean action, from her home town through to California, via a petrol station ambush in West Virginia,

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