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  • As he undressed in the semi-darkness he could hear his mother talking with a neighbor woman who had dropped in.

    THE APOSTATE: written by Jack London

  • If you watched Red Riding you will believe that life in the 1970s consisted of policemen beating people up in semi-darkness.

    House Points: Ricky Tomlinson and the Youth Parliament

  • This time the office was in semi-darkness; only the glare from a huge flat-screen TV on the wall supplemented the meagre light penetrating the curtains drawn shut across the huge window.

    The Priest

  • When I had gained the ladder, I turned to the circle of brutal and malignant faces peering at me through the semi-darkness.

    Chapter 15

  • As he undressed in the semi-darkness he could hear his mother talking with a neighbor woman who had dropped in.

    THE APOSTATE

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    Reading

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    Sunday Salon: David Peace and Karin Alvtegen

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    March 2009

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    Sunday Salon: David Peace and Karin Alvtegen

  • He was a shadow of a man sliding noiselessly and without undue movement through the semi-darkness.

    JUST MEAT

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