Wild Rose Review – A Star Is Born, This Time More Truthfully (Rating: 8/10)

In the UK, particularly under the reign of the now-crumbling Conservative Party, the current attitude towards the working class runs the gamut from a patronizing use of the ‘poverty aesthetic’ to genuine hatred and vitriol. While the wealthy of this country are able to get away with bizarre and scandalous activities, the poor are held to such an unreasonable standard that deigning to purchase anything … Continue reading Wild Rose Review – A Star Is Born, This Time More Truthfully (Rating: 8/10)

Nae Pasaran Review – Solidarity Forever (Rating: 9/10)

The atrocities that took place in Chile throughout the early 1970s are not something I was ever informed of in my British school. Along with the Peterloo massacre and the more gruesome details of Imperialism, it seemed to be conveniently left out for the comfort of those in power.┬áNae Pasaran was an eye opener for me, as well as a fantastically accessible and charming documentary, … Continue reading Nae Pasaran Review – Solidarity Forever (Rating: 9/10)