Tag Archives: Ruth Negga

Cinema Review – Warcraft: The Beginning

Before Orcs and Humans were constantly at war, before their races had ever even met, Orc Cheiftain Durotan (Toby Kebbell) knew that the Orc world – Draenor – was dying. With the help of some incredibly dark magic, the Orcs find a new world to call their own. The trouble is that this world – Azeroth – is already inhabited by humans, and is a world the humans are not willing to give up on just yet. Continue reading

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Cannes Review -Loving

When Richard Loving (Joel Edgerton) and Mildred (Ruth Negga) marry in secret before returning to their home in Virginia. In 1950s American however, marriage between a white man and a black woman is not accepted by local authorities, and it is not long before the newly wed Lovings are arrested and ordered to leave the State, not to return for 25 years. The Lovings accept their fate until one of their children in hurt while playing on the street; the ensuing court battle to allow the couple and their children to return home changed US law forever. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Noble

The true story of Irish woman Christina Noble (Deirdre O’Kane), who overcame her harsh early life to become an aid worker for the children of Saigon. Continue reading

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