At The Movies for Wednesday 4 November 2020
AT THE MOVIES #817 THEY SHOULD MAKE A MOVIE
Simon Morris explains his reservations about rock biopics, and looks at the latest example, as well as a war drama set in Denmark for a change, and the latest outing of a classic Gothic tale.
I am woman tells the story of Australian singer Helen Reddy and the song that became the anthem for the rising feminist movement. Directed by Australian film maker Unjoo Moon.
Into the darkness tells of the effect in a Danish family of the Nazi occupation during the War. Directed by Lars Von Trier’s long-time editor Anders Refn.
And Rebecca is the latest version of the Daphne Du Maurier classic. Starring Lily James, Armie Hammer and Kirstin Scott-Thomas.