Old-school intrigue with a twist

'Sugar' is stylish, pitch-perfect neo-noir, with a trick that may or may not be a treat

07 April 2024 - 00:00

If you’re a devotee of the classic hard-boiled detective movies of post-war Hollywood’s Golden Age, then you’ll instantly recognise Colin Farrell’s John Sugar, the determined, enigmatic hero at the centre of screenwriter Mark Protosevich’s anachronistic LA neo-noir set in the present day...

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