Tom Augustine on what films to see this weekend

There's a recurring motif in Eva Husson's frustrating, uneven, true-story war film Girls of the Sun (R16) that I love. Against a backdrop of blue sky, a cloud of ash and smoke rises into frame, not dissimilar to the bright, fluffy clouds of some idyllic countryside. The source of the explosion that made this cloud is unseen and without that fiery destruction there's a strange, feral beauty to it. It's one of the more arresting images in this film, which follows journalist Mathilde (Emmanuelle Bircot, directly channelling renowned war reporter Marie

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