A Quiet Passion
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A Quiet Passion

A Quiet Passion succeeds in communicating the finer points of societal repression, while also adding…

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The Lost City of Z
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The Lost City of Z

Each of Gray's films at least partially centers on Conradian questions of self-discovery.

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Karl Marx City
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Karl Marx City

A beautiful, aching treatment of how the past invades the present and shapes identity.

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After the Storm
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After the Storm

Raw
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Raw

Could this French-Belgian cannibal thriller truly be as gruesome, gory and disturbing as people say…

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Song to Song
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Song to Song

An extravagant fusion of high artificiality with vivid naturalism, a style that grants an ordinary…

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Donald Cried
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Donald Cried

Avedisian harnesses comedic awkwardness to reveal deeper feelings of desperation, regret and fear.

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Logan
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Logan

A jarringly profane, big-budget bloodbath, Logan ultimately pokes and prods at the nature of this…

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The Girl with All the Gifts
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The Girl with All the Gifts

McCarthy melds a powerful and continually thrilling film out of a dystopian tug of war.

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Get Out
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Get Out