Film Review: The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão

Film Review: The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão
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The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão is both a tragic melodrama and a fierce statement against the injustices of an oppressively patriarchal society. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Luxor

Sundance Film Review: Luxor
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The synopsis of Zeina Durra’s Luxor sounds more like a genre-typical travel romance than what’s delivered. Luxor is closer to a quiet, art-house character study. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Spaceship Earth

Sundance Film Review: Spaceship Earth
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While Biosphere 2 was considered a dismal failure, Spaceship Earth presents the response, “Yes, but what did we learn from this?” … read more

Sundance Film Review: Ironbark

Sundance Film Review: Ironbark
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The audience shifted nervously in their seats as mushroom clouds blossomed and Cold War events unfolded in Dominic Cooke’s Ironbark. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Blast Beat

Sundance Film Review: Blast Beat
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At Sundance 2020, Blast Beat explores the struggles of trying to navigate suburban America as a young immigrant through Carly and Mateo. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Okavango – River of Dreams (Director’s Cut)

Sundance Film Review: Okavango – River of Dreams (Director’s Cut)
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When it comes to nature documentaries, there’s the Animal Kingdom dimension that also is a measure of success. For this, I needed my trusty nature-doc buddy: Babyface. … read more

Sundance Film Festival: Save Yourselves!

Sundance Film Festival: Save Yourselves!
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The timing couldn’t be worse for Su (Sunita Mani) and Jack (John Reynolds) to go off the grid. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Kajillionare

Sundance Film Review: Kajillionare
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Miranda July’s Kajillionaire weaves protagonist Old Dolio Dyne (Evan Rachel Wood) into a life of con artistry and emotional neglect. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Possessor

Sundance Film Review: Possessor
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Possessor is fucked up. It’s a great Midnight category movie, and let it be known that there is intense body horror and violence. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Tahara

Slamdance Film Review: Tahara
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Speaking to the potential of toxicity in friendships that take place early in life, Olivia Peace’s Tahara encourages the safety of autonomy. … read more