Slamdance Film Review: Alpha

Slamdance Film Review: Alpha
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Cue Alpha: a modern dystopian tale from the birthplace of democracy, inspired by one of ancient Greece’s archetypal myths—Sophocles’ Antigone. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: My Fathers, My Mother and Me

Slamdance Film Review: My Fathers, My Mother and Me
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Throughout the film, Robert and his mother Florence navigate their own relationship in relation to the philosophy and structure of the commune in open and honest conversations, revealing Florence’s idealism and her son’s trepidation as one children raised under it. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Wendell and the Lemon

Slamdance Film Review: Wendell and the Lemon
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Wendell (Todd D’Amour) picks up the lemon on the street, shortly after a breakup, and he quickly incorporates the lemon into his daily routine. He’s cast as a sort of neurotic, overly anxious character, also adopting an eye patch to cover a twitching eye—though he can’t remember which eye has the problem.
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