Boogie Woogie (15)

Duncan Ward's muddled satire about the London art world has a strong cast mugging for all their worth.

Danny Huston gives a strangely tentative turn as a powerful London art dealer trying to prise away a rare Mondrian painting. Gillian Anderson has her moments as a neurotic, upper-class gallery director, and Alan Cumming lends the film its few real moments of pathos as the sycophant who is cast out of the world he has tried so hard to infiltrate.

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