No stars (12A)
This painfully unfunny spoof of movies and celebrities is just that - a disaster.
Three hours fifteen minutes of people doing not a great deal more than sweeping up litter in a cinema after screenings, turns out to be seriously absorbing stuff.
Nick Payne is the author of thrillingly, mind-expanding plays that tackle such daunting subjects as parallel universes (in the all-conquering Constellations) and neuroscience (Incognito).
A positively Jewish spin
Love in the face of silence