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The 2023 edition of the Belfast Film Festival opens with Andrew Haigh’s All of Us Strangers and closes with Yorgos Lanthimos' Poor Things. Guests include John Sayles and Maggie Renzi.
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The festival runs from 2 to 11 November.
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Belfast Latest Reviews
The story of a young woman who has been brought back to life.
The mysterious poisoning of a detective friend leads Kent, a retired English teacher, on the search for a transforming perfume that could shape the political and religious stability of Northern Ireland.
A woman is accused of her husband's murder.
A man has to return his sister-in-law's body to her hometown after an accident while, along with his nephew, he searches for his long-lost brother.
The daily lives of the Höss family outside the walls of Auschwitz.
A woman who is increasingly unsure about her relationship secretly embarks on a new assignment working at a mysterious institute designed to incite and test the presence of romantic love in increasingly desperate couples.
The course of potential love does not run smooth for shelf-stacker and a metal worker.
Overworked and underpaid, Angela drives around the city of Bucharest to film the casting for a 'safety at work video' commissioned by a multinational company. When one of the interviewees reveals the company’s liability in his accident, a scandal erupts.
A teenage shaman finds his life shifting after he meets a girl.
An actor struggles with the various roles he is juggling in life.
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