Journey’s End
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Journey’s End

A reminder that for all the bloodbath of the Great War, its worst casualties were…

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Claire’s Camera
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Claire’s Camera

A genuine sense of change and progression from the more serious-minded, self-critical films that preceded…

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David Byrne: American Utopia
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David Byrne: American Utopia

Keiji Haino & SUMAC: American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous To Look At Face On
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Keiji Haino & SUMAC: American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous To Look At Face On

Haino’s ability to suss out the threads connects him to any of his chosen collaborators.

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Oeuvre: Gilliam: Brazil
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Oeuvre: Gilliam: Brazil

Brazil represents the apex of the first wave of Terry Gilliam’s filmmaking career.

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Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet: Landfall
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Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet: Landfall

Anderson’s detached and fraying vocals capture the sense of fate marching mankind toward a cliff.

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Justin Timberlake: Man of the Woods
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Justin Timberlake: Man of the Woods

Golden Exits
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Golden Exits

The acidic, comic dialogue that defines Alex Ross Perry’s movies is almost entirely absent in…

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Holy Hell! The Thin Red Line Turns 20
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Holy Hell! The Thin Red Line Turns 20

Most war movies are ensemble pictures, but few feel as truly egalitarian as this.

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A Fantastic Woman
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A Fantastic Woman

A Fantastic Woman lacks the courage to embrace full melodrama, and eventually all of its…

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