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  1. Sep 26, 2014 · Two Stars. If you’re reading this review on this website, you’re probably already aware of the publicity surrounding The Riot Club, and its potential for pernicious influence on Oxford’s PR persona. You’re probably also expecting a scathing attack on how it depicts the University as a cesspit of classist tension and Cassanovian debauchery.

  2. Mar 27, 2015 · The Riot Club: Directed by Lone Scherfig. With Thomas Arnold, Harry Lloyd, Amber Anderson, Max Irons. Two first-year students at Oxford University join the infamous Riot Club, where reputations can be made or destroyed over the course of a single evening.

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    • Lone Scherfig
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    • Sam Claflin, Max Irons, Douglas Booth
  3. Two first-year students at Oxford University join the infamous Riot Club, where reputations can be made or destroyed over the course of a single evening. ‎The Riot Club (2014) directed by Lone Scherfig • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd

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    • BFI, Hanway Films, Blueprint Pictures
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  5. May 22, 2021 · Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp EmailScherfig balances An Education’s idealisation of Oxford University with this saga of undergraduate decadence and debauchery. The first act, particularly the prologue, verges into seemingly unintentional self-parody, but the talented young actors (two of whom appeared in last week’s Pride) make the languid opening deserving of perseverance. Despite ...

  6. Sep 19, 2014 · The Riot Club, with its refusal to compromise in its exploration of humanity’s less pleasant side, feels not dissimilar in tone to some of the earlier work of Neil LaBute. You don’t ...

  7. Mar 27, 2015 · Milo is clearly set up as the only one with a conscience while Alistair is his opposite, a young man whose brother was a legendary Riot Club member and he has big, gross shoes to fill. It all builds to the actual adaptation of the play, which comes about 45 minutes in and takes place in a dinner club that the boys have rented for the night as a ...

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