Author: Imogen Sabey

Marguerite’s Theorem has clear ambitions: it wants to be a feminist film about a strong, brilliant young woman who pursues her dreams and changes the world. However, it feels more like a film about a miserable egomaniac, whose obsessive and irreverent view of the world blinds her to the goodness in other people.

Trees are all around us… and they are always listening. But they’re not nosy like your next-door neighbour, so you don’t need to worry about them prying into your nonexistent love life and crippling job prospects.