Oeuvre: Soderbergh: Schizopolis
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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: Schizopolis

Schizopolis feels so personal because it features Soderbergh’s only substantial acting role.

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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: Gray’s Anatomy
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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: Gray’s Anatomy

Soderbergh uses the fundamentals of visual composition to imply off-screen space and create what feel…

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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: The Underneath
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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: The Underneath

It was here Soderbergh developed one of the sharpest skills in his repertoire.

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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: King of the Hill
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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: King of the Hill

Roger Ebert wrote that King of the Hill had “no apparent connection” to its predecessors.

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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: Kafka
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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: Kafka

Kafka continues to be a worthy watch, even if it seldom seems sure of where…

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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: sex, lies, and videotape
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Oeuvre: Soderbergh: sex, lies, and videotape

Soderbergh’s first feature film was allegedly written by the director on a legal pad in…

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Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: The Grandmaster
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Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: The Grandmaster

The Grandmaster, which purports to follow bodies and minds in motion, suffers from emotional stillness.

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Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: My Blueberry Nights
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Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: My Blueberry Nights

Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: 2046
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Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: 2046

All the pushed-down and sublimated feelings of In the Mood for Love explode here.

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Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: In the Mood for Love
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Oeuvre: Wong Kar-wai: In the Mood for Love

In the Mood for Love is delicious eye-candy with rich layers of romantic longing and…

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