A Dark Place
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A Dark Place

The film would have been better off steering into its put-extra-butter-on-that-popcorn-and-have-a-good-time narrative framing device.

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Dogman
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Dogman

Dogman is undeniably gorgeous in its depiction of a seedy Italian town full of men…

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The Obelisk Gate: by N. K. Jemisin
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The Obelisk Gate: by N. K. Jemisin

White Chamber
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White Chamber

White Chamber knows well enough that its core audience is drawn to the brutal, brazen…

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Working Woman
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Working Woman

Only looks at the most obvious manifestations of (cis-hetero) male dominance.

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The Fifth Season: By  N. K. Jemisin
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The Fifth Season: By N. K. Jemisin

Black Mother
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Black Mother

As another in the long line of Caribbean meditations on the legacies of slavery and…

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Woman at War
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Woman at War

Woman at War is another worthwhile European film contemplating the strange and absolutely crucial questions…

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Styx
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Styx

Everything hinges on the viewer grasping the connection between sailing, rules made by white people…

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A Girl’s Guide to Missiles: by Karen Piper
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A Girl’s Guide to Missiles: by Karen Piper

A Girl’s Guide to Missiles provides further evidence that maybe the Fallout franchise is on…

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