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In The Cut
Written by Sheila Seacroft   
15 11 2004

Directed by Jane Campion

in the cutWell, let's get the most talked about aspect of this film over with - yes, you do get to see an awful lot of Meg Ryan, not to mention co-star Mark Ruffalo, plus a chance to compare her renowned acting of a fake orgasm with that of lots of real ones. So those who go to the film for that reason will no doubt feel satisfied. Others expecting a serial killer flick will probably be disappointed, because on that level the film just doesn't  work.

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My Life Without Me
Written by Sheila Seacroft   
15 11 2004

Directed by Isabel Coixet

My Life Without MeAnn (Sarah Polley) is a 23-year-old mother of 2 girls who lives in a trailer at the bottom of her mother's garden, and works as a night-time cleaner. Her father is in prison, her husband in and out of low paid jobs. When a hospital check-up shows advanced cancer and gives her at most 2 more months, she paradoxically discovers life and begins to take control.

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The Shape of Things
Written by Sheila Seacroft   
15 11 2004

Directed by Neil LaBute

ImageThe shape of this film is still recognisably that of LaBute's original play, with only 4 actors (who also appeared in the stage version), set-piece scenes, separated by a selection of Elvis Costello tracks, very sharp dialogue, and a neat roundedness that you don't ever quite get in originally conceived films. But don't let this put you off - it is a very enjoyable, often funny, and at the same time intellectually engaging film which never feels stagey.

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