Category: reviews

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Yelle – Stockholm, Sweden 2011

The entire club was dancing, screaming, throwing their hands in the air and trying to sing along in French. From start to end, no one stood still for a second. Yelle came to Stockholm and rocked her socks out at Club Popaganda.

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Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

A group of friends grow up, grow apart, and Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani hints at the coming of age aspects of a film on friendship more than a run of the mill rom-com.

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YB – Blue Whale

Following their successful appearances on Survival: I Am A Singer, YB released a new mini album back in November.

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Yasunari Kawabata – The Old Capital (Kioto)

The Old Capital tells the story of a 20-year-old girl named Chieko in Post-War Kyoto, daughter of a Kimono maker, who discovers she was an abandoned child. Then one day, she discovers something while attending one of the many festivities in the city.

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Yankie – Lost in Memories

Stepping out into the spotlight on his own, Yankie of the hip-hop duo TBNY released his first solo album, Lost In Memories. The album boasts an amazing line up of featured artists, high quality production and amazing lyrics.

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Yang ± Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema

Commissioned by the British Film Institute as part of the 100 Years of Cinema celebrations, Stanley Kwan takes a look back into the history of Chinese films with a broad array of filmmakers.

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XXY (2007)

This is the dramatic story of a intersexed 15-year-old. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.

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XIA – Tarantallegra

I can’t say I was completely prepared for this album. However, starting from the interlude you can tell that Tarantallegra is a completely different party monster all together.