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Leonardo di Caprio plays Gatsby in Baz Luhrmann's new film

How will the Baz Luhrmann film, out in the UK next week, confront its existential themes?

Giulio Andreotti, right, would 'never tell you what he was thinking' (Photo: PA)

Andreotti, who has died aged 94, was nicknamed the ‘Eternal One’ of Italian politics. He was the opposite of bunga-bunga loving Berlusconi

David and Victoria Beckham with their children Romeo, Cruz and Brooklyn Photo: PA

We should return to the days when children were named after saints rather than following the example of celebrities

Ed Miliband and Hastings parliamentry candidate Sarah Owen claim victory in yesterday's elections (Photo: PA)

We seem to be moving away from mass movements towards a more atomised society. What can we do about it?

Your wedding doe not have to be as grand as this (PA)

Couples are reluctant to have their big day in this country

In 1963 the Fab Four were packaged for their triumphant US tour a year later (PA)

The 1960s are remembered for very little, apart from separating sex from babies

A Republican dressed as a Loyalist terrorist takes part in a Belfast protest march (Photos: PA)

Christianity’s strong streak of pacifism is rooted in the words of Jesus

St George's Day celebrations in Swindon

We should be proud of our international soldier-saint

Archbishop Marini: 'The Council is not behind us. It still precedes us'  (PA)

Perhaps the archbishop has been mistranslated. What exactly was he hoping to achieve?

King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia (Photo: PA)

The Saudi King might want inter-religous dialogue but prayer is all the Church can offer