Deborah Ross

Staggeringly confident and powerful: After Love reviewed

Aleem Khan's Bafta-nominated film is a beautifully restrained yet devastating exploration of love, loss, grief and identity

Extraordinary: Joanna Scanlan as Mary

As there are no stand-out films this week aside from Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Death on the Nile — is that the one where they all did it? Or is that the train one? — I thought I’d alert you to a film that may have slipped under your radar: After Love.

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