The combined effect of is Maja Maljevic’s work is one of innocence and lyricism matched with a paradoxical heaviness, writes Chris Thurman DANIEL Radcliffe and his agents have been hard at work breaking the primary association of the actor with the Harry Potter franchise. But there are times when, unexpectedly, his protracted portrayal of the boy-wizard helps rather than hinders.Young Potter escapes a troubled family life and is ushered into a world of magic and adventure — which, he soon learns, is also dark and threatening. In Kill Your Darlings, opening in cinemas this week, Radcliffe again dons the horn-rimmed spectacles and awkward demeanour of a character who discovers an enchanted, exciting, violent place.It’s not Hogwarts, but Columbia University in 1944. Aspiring poet and shy kid Allen Ginsberg meets Lucien Carr, the "angel boy demon genius" whose recklessness, charisma and charm make him the centre of a self-designated "Libertine Circle" that includes Jack Kerouac and Will...

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