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'of tonight's just a reminder of tonight's headlines. representatives from energy industries like steel and chemical producers have been meaning the government about the dramatic rise in wholesale gas prices. the biggest flu vaccination programme in nhs history is beginning a big concern about covid—19 flu spreading at the same time this winter. it's been confirmed that baroness casey will lead the review of the metropolitan police following the murder of sarah everard by a serving officer. coming up on bbc news, newcastle united's new owners have arrived. we will find out what's next for the club and asked if they've become one of the richest teams in the world. whales prepare for their crucial role of heart — — crucial qualifier against the czech republic. aaron
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ramsey returns to lead the side and will be in las vegas, because the countdown is almost complete. there's just over 2a hours to go until the third fight between tyson furey and dion te wilder. — — it's time for the film review. hello and welcome to the film review on bbc news. mark kermode is with me as ever. number of movies to remind everyone up. there are films other than bond. we have my little sister. we have a fever dream, a very strange movie. and everyone�*s favourite global family are back. the addams family
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2. i family are back. the addams family 2. 4' ,., family are back. the addams family 2. i like the sound of the opening film. m 2. i like the sound of the opening film- my little — 2. i like the sound of the opening film. my little sister _ 2. i like the sound of the opening film. my little sister was - film. my little sister was switzerland's entry. a story of lisa and sven. �* , switzerland's entry. a story of lisa and sven. v . switzerland's entry. a story of lisa and sven. �*, ., .,. ., and sven. he's an actor until he was diaunosed and sven. he's an actor until he was diagnosed with _ and sven. he's an actor until he was diagnosed with cancer— and sven. he's an actor until he was diagnosed with cancer and _ and sven. he's an actor until he was diagnosed with cancer and he's - and sven. he's an actor until he was| diagnosed with cancer and he's been treated for cancer. while that's happened, his life has gone on hold. crucially, so has hers because they are bonded and she is basically dedicated all her time and energy to looking after him. here's a clip.
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not a nota car not a car chase, not an exploding helicopter, but really powerful. i'll tell you why. one of my favourite critics said that cinema is a machine for creating empathy, and i actually think this is one of the things this film does. you get
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characters and believe in their situation, you believe in the bond between them. as you saw, its a long take and it doesn't feel like there's a lot of acting going on. it feels like you're watching people living life normally. the thing that i really loved about this is i felt that i knew these people. ifelt that i knew these people. ifelt that i knew these people. ifelt that i understand their circumstances. and i was really reminded all the way through of that thing about cinema when it's at its best makes you empathise with other people, and i thought this did this brilliantly, and it's very low—key. it's not a histrionic film. you find out about these characters not because they tell you, but you look at them and you observe them and get to know them. i thought it was really good. i think you'll like it. it's called my little sister. iliaiith really good. i think you'll like it. it's called my little sister. with a main character _ it's called my little sister. with a main character with _ it's called my little sister. with a
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main character with cancer, - it's called my little sister. with a main character with cancer, it's l it's called my little sister. with a l main character with cancer, it's not pulling at the heartstrings quiz although no, what it's doing is very difficult subject matter. find difficult sub'ect matter. and . reets, difficult subject matter. and greets. and _ difficult subject matter. and greets, and in _ difficult subject matter. and greets, and in a _ difficult subject matter. and greets, and in a way - difficult subject matter. fific greets, and in a way that is profoundly humanist in the best sense of the word. it is about empathising with other people. i really like that.— really like that. fever dream. peruvian director, _ really like that. fever dream. peruvian director, set- really like that. fever dream. peruvian director, set in - really like that. fever dream. - peruvian director, set in argentina. chilean amerian — — american. existing somewhere between one world and another. as the title suggests, it's a very heavy concoction. the story as a mother becomes worried about her daughter because her friend tells her a terrifying story about her son. how much of any of this is true? how much is being dragged into some strange paranoid delusion? the film appears to play out as a monologue with almost an interior dialogue. there are two voices there. you can either go it's
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about motherhood. the director said it's about the love and fear surrounding motherhood and accomplice women in prison. or you can say it's about poison of the land, or a can say it's about poison of the land, ora horror can say it's about poison of the land, or a horror movie about the migration of souls, or you can do what i did, and say you don't really know what it's about. but i love it. i love the way it looks. it's got a fantastic score and it was a film that came out of... i came out of this thinking i really like the fact that i'm still not quite sure what it was about. it was very haunting, very tactile. you could feel the environment and the music is absolutely wonderful. don't know what's going on, but i enjoyed it very much. i what's going on, but i en'oyed it very mini what's going on, but i en'oyed it very wei very much. i love that! does the world need _ very much. i love that! does the world need another— very much. i love that! does the world need another the - very much. i love that! does the world need another the addams very much. i love that! does the - world need another the addams family film? the world need another the addams family film? ., ., ., , ~
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film? the animators think so. the sto is film? the animators think so. the story is it's _ film? the animators think so. the story is it's a _ film? the animators think so. the story is it's a convoluted - film? the animators think so. the story is it's a convoluted set - film? the animators think so. the story is it's a convoluted set up. l story is it's a convoluted set up. wednesday becomes convinced that the addams are to her family, so they go on a road trip. the real reason is it's a sequel, and in sequels, families go on road trips! come on, kids! feast your eyes on the old addams camper! thing's been fixing it up. oh, it's a hybrid — half car, half eyesore! mother, father, this. is cruel, even for you. he groans. that's the spirit, lurch! let's go, wednesday. it's time for some family bonding, whether you like it or not. you see, wednesday, this trip will bring the addams family closer than ever before.
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or there will be no survivors. isn't funnylook, it's the addams famil . isn't funnylook, it's the addams family- of _ isn't funnylook, it's the addams family. of course _ isn't funnylook, it's the addams family. of course there - isn't funnylook, it's the addams family. of course there are - isn't funnylook, it's the addams l family. of course there are things that are funny, because the idea of the family that's a mirror image, it's a funny idea. there is nothing i don't think we've seen done before or better in the comic strip or the tv sherries or in the live—action movies, which came out when i was starting out in this job. movies, which came out when i was starting out in thisjob. so, there's nothing, there are a couple of things that are funny because the addams family, that kind of topsy—turvy world is kind of funny. there's a all—star cast, but the minute i came out of it, i couldn't remember anything about it at all. it was only four days ago, and i had to read my notes while i was watching it. to read my notes while i was watching it—
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to read my notes while i was watchinr it. ., v watching it. that's quite telling. it's not terrible. _ watching it. that's quite telling. it's not terrible. it's _ watching it. that's quite telling. it's not terrible. it's just - it's not terrible. it'sjust remarkably unremarkable. qm. it's not terrible. it'sjust remarkably unremarkable. 0k, best out this week. _ remarkably unremarkable. 0k, best out this week, we _ remarkably unremarkable. 0k, best out this week, we know _ remarkably unremarkable. 0k, best out this week, we know what - remarkably unremarkable. 0k, best out this week, we know what that l remarkably unremarkable. 0k, best| out this week, we know what that is. i talked about bond and dance around the plants. irate i talked about bond and dance around the rlants. ~ ., i talked about bond and dance around the rlants. . ., ., the plants. we had a good time. no rlot the plants. we had a good time. no plot spoilers. _ the plants. we had a good time. no plot spoilers, but _ the plants. we had a good time. no plot spoilers, but we _ the plants. we had a good time. no plot spoilers, but we enjoyed - the plants. we had a good time. no plot spoilers, but we enjoyed it. - plot spoilers, but we enjoyed it. the two other members of my party thought it wasn't a vintage villain. that was their observation. fine that was their observation. one thin i that was their observation. one thing i think— that was their observation. one thing i think about _ that was their observation. ore: thing i think about this is that was their observation. y9 thing i think about this is there is an old myth that bond movies are only as good as their villain, and that's not true. it is one of the movies that's actually about bond, not the villain. in the same way... i really like it. it has proved quite divisive. some people thinks it breaks bond rules, but i like
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that about it. did you find yourself swept up? for that about it. did you find yourself swe rt u . ? :, that about it. did you find yourself swerrtu? :, that about it. did you find yourself swertur? :, , , swept up? for the most part yes, and there were a — swept up? for the most part yes, and there were a few— swept up? for the most part yes, and there were a few flashes _ swept up? for the most part yes, and there were a few flashes of _ swept up? for the most part yes, and there were a few flashes of humour. i there were a few flashes of humour. i love that. i want my bond to say something a little bit caustic with a glint in his eye. so something a little bit caustic with a glint in his eye.— something a little bit caustic with a glint in his eye. so you want sean conne ? a glint in his eye. so you want sean connery? yeah. _ a glint in his eye. so you want sean connery? yeah, i'm _ a glint in his eye. so you want sean connery? yeah, i'm afraid. - a glint in his eye. so you want sean connery? yeah, i'm afraid. this- connery? yeah, i'm afraid. this isn't a roger — connery? yeah, i'm afraid. this isn't a roger moore _ connery? yeah, i'm afraid. this isn't a roger moore bond. - isn't a roger moore bond. both speak. it isn't a roger moore bond. both speak.— isn't a roger moore bond. both speak. , ., :, , :, , both speak. it is a more serious bond. i both speak. it is a more serious itrond- i think _ both speak. it is a more serious bond. i think daniel— both speak. it is a more serious bond. i think daniel craig - both speak. it is a more serious bond. i think daniel craig is - both speak. it is a more serious bond. i think daniel craig is still i bond. i think daniel craig is still my favourite. he's made the role his own, and his films have an arc. that kind of do have... i still have a fondness. they are a compact unit, and its long, but i felt it earned it. i and its long, but i felt it earned it. :, :, ., it. i thought it got away with the length because _ it. i thought it got away with the length because i _ it. i thought it got away with the length because i was _ it. i thought it got away with the
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length because i was little - it. i thought it got away with the . length because i was little nervous. actually, they totally got away with it. if actually, they totally got away with it. , :, �* :, :, , actually, they totally got away with it. if you're going to be longer than 2001, — it. if you're going to be longer than 2001, you _ it. if you're going to be longer than 2001, you better- it. if you're going to be longer than 2001, you better have i it. if you're going to be longer than 2001, you better have a l it. if you're going to be longer - than 2001, you better have a really good reason. irate than 2001, you better have a really good reason-— good reason. we all en'oyed it. definitely worth h good reason. we all enjoyed it. definitely worth seeing. - good reason. we all enjoyed it. definitely worth seeing. what l good reason. we all enjoyed it. i definitely worth seeing. what else is around? , w �*, ., definitely worth seeing. what else is around? , �*, ., , :, , :, is around? deerskin. it's a story of a man who — is around? deerskin. it's a story of a man who falls _ is around? deerskin. it's a story of a man who falls in _ is around? deerskin. it's a story of a man who falls in love _ is around? deerskin. it's a story of a man who falls in love with - is around? deerskin. it's a story of a man who falls in love with a - a man who falls in love with a deerskin jacket which turns him into a hazy serial killer. peter stricklin's movie, great performances. adele haenel is actually very wonderful. it's odd, but at the moment, with something as big as a bond movie in cinemas, i like the idea that there are these other things that are totally strange. i'm still not sure with
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fever dream. i really did enjoy this and i watched it again. fever dream. i really did en'oy this and i watched it again.h and i watched it again. thanks very much, and i watched it again. thanks very much. mark- _ and i watched it again. thanks very much, mark. see _ and i watched it again. thanks very much, mark. see you _ and i watched it again. thanks very much, mark. see you next - and i watched it again. thanks very much, mark. see you next week. l and i watched it again. thanks very i much, mark. see you next week. see you next time, bye—bye. hello. as far as the weather goes, today we have seen some very high temperatures for this time of year. highs have reached the low 20s in the warmest spots. sunshine around. that was a scarborough earlier, and just along the coastline, bradington was one of those places that sell temperatures reach 21 degrees. seven celsius, more than it should be this time of year. confirms where we have the best of the sunshine. north and east wales, the far north of scotland too. we are just starting to see some breaks come in. now, as
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we go through the night, that air will be extending in. the clouds will be extending in. the clouds will evaporate. some mist and fog further west in wales. some of the fog could be quite dense and rain will turn increasingly heavy for west of scotland. this is the weather front that's been with us. it's finally going to start to push southwards and eastwards. the rain turning up across the far north of england and north wales. loads more in the way of sunshine compared with recent days, and still very mild. the second half of the weekend these that front push southwards across in england and wales. it's going to weekend, sojust a england and wales. it's going to weekend, so just a strip of cloud. not much at all. sunday will be a
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decent day with plenty of sunshine, and some showers. quite blustery across the north and west of scotland. temperatures coming down compared to recent days. a fresher and cooler feel, compared to recent days. a fresher and coolerfeel, but still, 18—20. monday sees a bit more rain coming back into scotland. the winds picking up here. temperatures will get closer to normalfor picking up here. temperatures will get closer to normal for the time of year, about 12 in aberdeen on monday. still above for northern ireland, england and wales, but not as warm as it has been over the last few days. that's the trend into next week as high pressure takes over. the weather becomes increasingly dry and though temperatures get most closer to the seasonal average.
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as some of britain's biggest businesses lobby government over soaring gas costs, the steel industry says there is no immediate help. businesses aren't covered by the energy price cap — the head of uk steel is baffled if the government are not helping them. other countries in the rest of europe have already stepped in. but the government is showing little appetite to intervene and we will be looking at the economic pressures facing businesses and consumers. pig farmers who don't have enough abattoir staff to slaughter their pigs say that uk agriculture has never suffered like this before. get yourflu jab — the nhs launches its biggest ever

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