LFF 2018: Assassination Nation reaps what the Patriarchy has been sowing.

The last few years has seen a good run of socially aware movies for the masses, and this latest directorial effort from Sam Levinson holds a mirror up to modern masculinity and society as a whole. But will Assassination Nation‘s message ring true, or is it doomed to the dustbin of history?

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LFF 2018: Beautiful Boy refuses to take a stand in the War on Drugs – to its benefit

The latest big release from the London Film Festival takes a look at the victim – or victims – of a young man’s drug addiction, in a debate that is often quick to dehumanise its subjects to make a point.

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