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British Independent Film Awards 2014 in pictures
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Precise construction Bertrand Bonello on Jacques Tourneur, George Romero and Zombi Child
Exploring human complexity Kôji Fukada on A Girl Missing, Alfred Hitchcock’s colour palette and Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker
Ambiguity of the time Federico Veiroj on The Moneychanger and Alain Delon in Monsieur Klein
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