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Lynn Klein

Lynn Klein is a journalist currently doing a print journalism MA at Sheffield. Unsurprisingly, she's a film buff with a love for art and indie film. Her favourite cinema is the Duke of Yorks in Brighton. Other interests include books, coffee and travelling.
Lynn Klein, 25, journalist currently doing a print journalism MA at Sheffield. Unsurprisingly, I’m a film buff with a love for art and indie film. My favourite cinema is the Duke of Yorks in Brighton. Other interests include books, coffee and travelling. Find me on twitter: @journo_lynn and tumblr: playdohvillage.tumblr.com.


Articles by Lynn Klein

“The Lobster” beautifully captures a disturbing dystopia

By Lynn Klein January 4, 2016

Lynn Klein explains why Yorgos Lanthimos’ dark dystopian comedy “The Lobster” is one of the best movies of 2015. Keeping a dystopian film on the narrow line between too far-fetched and plain boring is not an easy feat. A dystopia should feature subtle yet disturbing differences that are just plausible enough to have the potential […]

Ride through Tehran in Jafar Panahi’s “Taxi”

By Lynn Klein October 5, 2015

Lynn Klein goes for a ride in Jafar Panahi’s “Taxi”, the “stunning” Iranian hit that will screen at the BFI London Film Festival this month. Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi is technically barred from making films by his government. Nonetheless, he has managed to produce a stunning portrait of his native country, take it on the […]

“The Diary of a Teenage Girl” is a daring coming-of-age tale

By Lynn Klein August 3, 2015

Lynn Klein reviews Marielle Heller’s “The Diary of a Teenage Girl”, which stars Bel Powley as Minnie, a young girl discovering her sexuality in 1970s San Francisco. Bel Powley excels in Marielle Heller’s directorial debut The Diary of a Teenage Girl. Witty, honest, and not afraid of controversy, the coming-of-age film follows 15-year-old Minnie in 70s […]

“45 Years” is a slow, quiet reflection on love and life

Lynn Klein reviews Andrew Haigh’s “45 Years”, starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay as a couple about to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary whose peaceful life is disrupted when an old tragedy is revisited. Andrew Haigh (Greek Pete, Weekend) has returned with his third feature, 45 Years, starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay. Very slow […]

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