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    Josh McGrane

    Before Midnight: ‘Linklater manages to paint a picture of love that feels real, without sacrificing any sense of beauty or magic’. 

    'Before Midnight, then, beautifully and honestly draws Linklater’s Before trilogy to a fitting conclusion. As a meditation on love and relationships it reminds us that it’s not always plain sailing, but that this doesn’t erase or dampen our past experiences.' Josh McGrane evaluates the final instalment of Richard Linklater's beloved 'Before' trilogy.

    Douze points: Looking ahead to Turin 2022

    Now that we’re in March, the 2022 contest is only a couple of months away, and we’re really starting to get an idea of...

    Douze points: What makes a good Eurovision winner?

    For a contest with a history that spans over sixty years, it’s unsurprising that there have been a diverse range of winning entries spanning...

    Douze Points: Why does the UK fail at Eurovision?

    Perhaps one of the most unforgettable moments of the 2021 contest was when four countries received zero points from the televote, and the United...

    Douze Points: Defying the odds, Eurovision’s biggest disappointments

    According to the famous ABBA song, the winner takes it all. Yet as the undoubtedly most famous act to have won Eurovision, it’s no...