London Film Festival 2017 – An Update

Part 1

Okay, so, I’m just under a week into London Film Festival 2017 and, to be honest, I’m already knackered (boo hoo, woe is me, right?).

As it stands, I’ve seen thirteen films; which isn’t that many compared to previous years, but I’m struggling to find the head-space to write about any one of them. My favourite so far, Lucky, should be comparatively simple to write about, a matter of a few hundred words, but even that seems strangely insurmountable at the moment – plus The AV Club have, as usual, pretty much already got their review spot on.

I don’t want to waste anybody’s time by churning out substandard pieces to meet some arbitrary deadline I have in my head. As such, I’ve decided to wait until the end of the Festival then work back and see if I can come up with at least a few sentences on each; even if does basically boil down to “I liked x because of y” or “I didn’t like x because of z.”

In short, watch this space. It should, hopefully, at some point become occupied by something worth reading. Or maybe not. Time will tell…

Author: robertmwallis

Graduate of Royal Holloway and the London Film School. Founder of Of All The Film Sites; formerly Of All The Film Blogs (www.ofallthefilmblogs.blogspot.co.uk). Formerly Film & TV Editor of The Metropolist (www.themetropolist.com) and Official Sidekick at A Place to Hang Your Cape (www.ap2hyc.com). Co-host of the Electric Shadows podcast (http://bit.ly/29Pd7RS) and member of the Online Film Critics Society (http://www.ofcs.org).

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