AS the country marks 100 years since the start of the war that was meant to end all wars, it can sometimes feel as though we are only just beginning to appreciate the First World War's impact on modern life.
With his Oscar-winning film A Separation, the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi produced a gripping blend of family drama and whodunnit, wrapped in a socially acute document of Iranian society stuttering into the modern age.
THERE has been, over the years, no shortage of great movies set in prisons: The Shawshank Redemption, A Prophet, Cell 211, The Green Mile, Cool Hand Luke, Robert Bresson's A Man Escaped. Scum, too, if we widen the definition to borstals.
THOUGH the last episode of Sherlock hardly wanted for surprises, there was a coast to coast intake of breath when the dastardly Moriarty, previously seen committing suicide, popped up in the final frames to ask: