Deborah Ross

Is this film saying relationships between teachers and kids are OK? Scarborough reviewed

The film is well directed and well performed but you have to see the relationships, not the crimes – and the crimes keep getting in the way

Scarborough is a small British film but it will give you a very big headache. Its subject is teachers who have relationships with pupils and it’s well directed and well performed — Jodhi May is always worth the price of a ticket whatever — but I’m still trying to work out what it has to say.

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