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Jodie Foster has specialised in playing single parents and abandoned children. Linda Ruth Williams watches David Fincher's Panic Room and discovers why.
Iain Sinclair nominates King of New York as one of the all-time top-ten films. Is it because of Christopher Walken's managed neurosis or Abel Ferrara's vision of the century's ultimate city in meltdown?
In Biggie and Tupac Nick Broomfield investigates the gang murders of two of hip-hop's biggest stars. He talks to Damon Wise about fear, death and camera equipment.
We've all heard of Bollywood, but other areas of India produce equally stunning arthouse and commercial films in great numbers. Naman Ramachandran investigates.
Hackney-born Asif Kapadia has shot an almost wordless magic-realist epic in the Indian desert. He tells Nick James what inspired The Warrior.
Our quarterly round-up of the latest titles.
Charlotte O'Sullivan rates the corporate cool of The Business of Strangers
Reviews in this issue:
- 24 Hour Party People
- About a Boy
- Ali G Indahouse
- Bend It Like Beckham
- Film of the Month: Business of Strangers, The
- Closet, The
- Count of Monte Cristo, The
- Dark Blue World
- Dog Soldiers
- Hart's War
- I'm Going Home
- Ice Age
- Life as a House
- Majestic, The
- One, The
- Panic Room
- Sex and Lucía
- The Warrior
- Warm Water under the Red Bridge