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Avoid the latest commercial juggernaut and go off-road with Run & Jump

A film that’s complicated and messy – so, quite like life, in fact

24 May 2014

9:00 AM

24 May 2014

9:00 AM

Run & Jump

15, Key cities

When you see the latest corporate entertainment juggernaut hurtling at you, what are your options? When I saw X-Men: Days of Future Past (what?) hurtling at me, I thought: I can either jump aboard or I can swerve off-road. In this instance, I chose to swerve off-road — I’ve seen Godzilla; I’ve done my time — and although it could have ended in disaster, and I could have been hurled into a ditch or something, it actually worked out great, as I swerved off-road straight into Run & Jump, which is a lovely film, just lovely, and although nothing gets...

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