Tag: New York Film Festival

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DOC NYC Review: 13TH

13TH feels like a culmination of Ava DuVernay’s career to this point. The documentary brings together the racial and social history of Selma, ...
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Review: Elle

Elle has been billed as a rape-comedy, but that’s a misnomer. It’s a comedy in the classical sense given the events of the ...
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Review: Gimme Danger

Iggy Pop and Jim Jarmusch sound like an unlikely pairing. One’s the primal frontman of proto-punk legends The Stooges, the other’s a mellow, ...
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Review: Paterson

Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson is work of subtle optimism. It’s a gentle film, kind and generous, funny, too. Watching the movie, I sensed Jarmusch ...
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Review: I, Daniel Blake

Bureaucracies make great villains. Faceless and absurd, they operate in such nefarious ways and are perfect machines for dehumanization. Bureaucracies are reliably inefficient, ...

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