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The year 2020 had little to recommend it and the remake of Roald Dahl’s The Witches was no exception.

For those whose childhood memories of Dahl have faded, the witches in his novel looked and acted like “ordinary” women.

  • Jamila Rizvi
  • The Age

They hid their cat-like claws, bald heads and square feet inside the usual costume of ladies at the time.

They might be any woman you met: the newsreader on television, the teacher at your school or, even, your mum.

In his new film adaptation, Robert Zemeckis chose to give Anne Hathaway’s character additional distinguishing features, including…

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