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Gringo, You Were Never Really Here, Mom and Dad

Mark Kermode joins Ben Brown for a look at the latest cinema and DVD releases, including Gringo, Mom and Dad, and You Were Never Really Here.


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businesses to get more women into

senior leadership.

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97% of all UK workforce is now offer

some form of flexible working. As a

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mother, I will agree with the noble

lady, childcare is one of the

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biggest challenges that any family

faces when they are deciding to

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structure their family going

forward. We have introduced tax

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childcare to help working families.

We have our wide-ranging debate on

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the noble Lord gave us a stunning

tour de force of the world of women

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in sport. He paid tribute my right

honourable friend Tracey Crouch on

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the other place for two fiscal

campaign and that this girl can.

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Only occasionally because I am

always too busy. This girl can,

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11,000 organisations have

registered. I'm sure that the noble

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Lords we have some also bizarre

sporting heroes and role models to

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come out of the Winter Olympics.

Including Lizzy Yarnold. Lord

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Addington also sold the benefits

sport. I notice question on coaches

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and if you will forgive me, I would

like to write in further and have

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the full facts at my fingertips.

Turning to my noble friend, Lady

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Mansour, she spoke movingly about a

crime of the past that are still a

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crime of the presents. This was also

mentioned by lady Wilde. Large-scale

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sexual abuse and grooming in our

cities must be tackled and indeed --

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indeed it must be stopped. The noble

lady, Baroness Gail spoke about

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sexual harassment in schools and the

government is taking concrete

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action, we are working to make

relationship and sex education

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mandatory in secondary schools and

relationship education mandatory in

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primary school and the DfEE is busy

improving guidance available to

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schools so there will be publishing

specific guidance on trial on child

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sexual harassment and sexual

violence, revising the DfEE guidance

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and consulting on proposals to

strengthen safeguard guidance. Those

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changes should come into effect in

September 20 18th, so the government

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is not hanging around. The DfEE is

making sure all expert views are

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reflected including with an expert

advisory group on wide consultation

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on both the content of the sex

education programme and also keeping

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children in education. The noble

lady Baroness Gail spoke about the

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domestic abuse consultation watched

by Her Majesty's government today

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and mention why she felt the bill

was solely focused on criminal

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justice and criminal justice

approach. The government is

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committed to doing everything it can

to end domestic violence and the

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consultation seeks views on all

sides, so from legislative and

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non-legislative action and we have

to look at the different things the

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government can be doing to tackle

this devastating abuse. The

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consultation and proposals for the

abuse Bill are all about intervening

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early, so we can get people the

support they need, we have made

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clear in the consultation document

Daryll Cullinan to review funding

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for safe accommodation, including

refugees. This is why we are

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conducting the most thorough review

of domestic abuse services we have

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ever undertaken, to make sure we get

this absolutely right. The noble

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lady Baroness Thornton mentioned

mental health and this is an area

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which is very close to my heart

having worked in mental health

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provision in the past. The

government is committed to achieving

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parity of esteem for mental health,

I am proud of our achievements and

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we have invested more than ever

before in mental health spending an

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estimated £211.6 billion. Additional

investment to improve services for

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eating disorders which

disproportionately affect women and

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we have introduced the first waiting

time standards for mental health.

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Turning to the topic of

apprenticeships, which was raised by

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the noble lady Baroness Gail, we are

using the employer apprenticeship

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diversity champions then work to

champion gender representation in

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industries where improvement is

needed. Also, the recently published

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careers guidance strategy includes a

commitment to ensuring that stem

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encounters, that means meeting with

people from Stem organisations. Such

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as employers and apprenticeships.

They are built into the school

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career programme by updating the

statutory guidance. Baroness Gail

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also mentioned encouraging women

into engineering and as a former

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engineer myself, I think this is a

great thing. This is the year of

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engineering and there are many

programmes that we have already

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invested into encourage the take-up

of subjects and courses. We

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announced substantial spending

commitments on maths and digital and

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on technical education. Those will

be very important. Baroness Hossain

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mentioned the particular challenges

they can face. We are committed to

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addressing these issues.

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Exactly.

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Make a call is full cage. He

attacked a pool table and ranks

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alongside Nicky getting previous

moments, the reason it works as

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this. If you have a horror film like

this, Taz Taylor central truth at

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the heart of it than the central

truth is that these parents bitterly

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resent the fact. They were once

young, crazy, free-spirited, Nick

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Cage and now their lives have

changed because they have dedicated

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themselves to looking at the

children, so although what happens

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is a supernatural manifestation, as

clawing away at that idea that these

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resentments are actually real

things. It's a really odd film, not

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for everyone, very taboo breaking,

dealing with a very taboo issue,

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parents turning on children and we

have seen plenty of movies this gay

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children, whether its village of the

dammed or the exorcist. It works up

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to a point, is completely bonkers

and several moments you think this

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is just preposterous but it works

because it's got the central core

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idea and it's not afraid to over a

crank itself and I enjoyed it but I

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was very aware I was watching it as

a horror fan but not for everyone.

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You might find an uncomfortable as a

parent. The moment it works the best

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are those moments.

When it taps into

that idea that this is outrageous,

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this is terrible but it is tapping

into the parental resentment, which

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is a very taboo idea. Not for

everybody but if you are a horror

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farm and if you like films like

American myriad Keys, offbeat,

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strange, quirky American horror

movies that they are to go into dark

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places, then it's an interesting

film.

It's genuinely horrifying?

Is

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then Jenny visited Italy nicely

which are slightly different. I

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think we get the distinction!

What

is out as well?

Fantastic women.

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Wonderful story about the

transgender woman Atelea Vea shut

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out of her life when her lover dies

and the family descends. It has a

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brilliant performance by Daniela

Vega who is wonderful, really

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mesmerising, great screen presence

and carries the movie. Great job of

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mixing. Realists, gritty story

elements with moments of fantasy and

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one point it turns into a musical

fantasia in which she levitates,

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another moment she walks down the

street and the wind is blowing and

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almost like a supernatural wins and

the film is about finding identity

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and place, set a new name, saying I

am arena. I have said a few times

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and every time I have seen it I have

seen more in it, it's well worth

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watching and deserved Oscar winner.

My recommendation.

Bestie BD.

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Telling of a secret deal.

It's

interesting because it was at the

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Cannes film Festival the same time

as the Lynne Ramsay fettle and they

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shared the prize for Best

screenwriting. This is a very odd

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story about a medic who has a secret

in his past, it starts up looking

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like it was a kind of strange social

satire and then turned into a

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full-blooded horror movie, is more

horrifying than anything in my mind

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that, it is genuinely disturbing at

the end. It's a film, again, in

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which it sold to do with the way in

which the story is told rather than

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the story itself, it makes a

interesting double bull with the

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Lynne Ramsay movie and the Lynne

Ramsay movie, everybody has to go I

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see it.

Quite a lot on which lowers

horror and social satire.

Horror is

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in a fantastic period, a dozen

Bulega single genre, we're seeing

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horror inflecting ahold of other

areas and that was my... I grew up

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on horror movies. It's absolutely a

horror movie and people said it

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wasn't when it got nominated for

Oscars because that's always a thing

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that scares people off. There's a

horror movie in the tradition of

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social satire and has elements of

comedy. Horror can inflect

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everything. It is the genre to end

all genres.

It is your favourite!

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Guedes.

Thank you very much indeed.

Quick reminder before Google that

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you will find more film news and

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at on website.

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well. That's it for this week, thank

you for watching us, goodbye.

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