Oeuvre: Campion: The Portrait of a Lady
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Oeuvre: Campion: The Portrait of a Lady

Campion effectively illustrates that choosing Osmond is the literalized subtext of the underlying farce of…

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Holy Hell! Man in the Iron Mask Turns 20
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Holy Hell! Man in the Iron Mask Turns 20

A fun time capsule you’ll want to seek out, if only to question whether there…

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The Seagull
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The Seagull

The Day After
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The Day After

Continues a long-present Hongian motif: a fascination with the camera’s function as a tool for…

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Always at the Carlyle
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Always at the Carlyle

One wishes Always at the Carlyle had dug past “Entertainment Tonight”-level glitz to reveal more…

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Revisit: The Age of Innocence
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Revisit: The Age of Innocence

In The Age of Innocence, Martin Scorsese films Gilded Age Manhattan high society as a…

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Beast
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Beast

Beast is a superb addition to a saturated genre and features wondrous cinematography, well-realized and…

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Filmworker
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Filmworker

Filmworker works best when poking holes in the altar of genius men whose attention to…

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Revenge
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Revenge

Fargeat uses her camera to create a feminist brand of vengeance, one that celebrates the…

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Mountain
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Mountain

Like Planet Earth, Mountain offers beautiful shots of some of the most treacherous places on…

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