Hippie: by Paulo Coelho
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Hippie: by Paulo Coelho

Worthwhile for its insights into the post-‘60s hippie movement where spiritual concerns had successfully muscled…

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City of Devils: by Paul French
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City of Devils: by Paul French

City of Devils is a brilliant, fast-paced must-read that relishes inhabiting the darkest alleys and…

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The Cave
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The Cave

The Cave is a film not to be missed, centering the superhuman courage and ceaseless…

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Oeuvre: Varda: The World of Jacques Demy
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Oeuvre: Varda: The World of Jacques Demy

After releasing The World of Jacques Demy in 1995, Agnés Varda would take a six-year…

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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

El Camino gambles that nostalgia for that 2013 feeling is just as good as propulsive…

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Aesthetics Equals Politics: Edited by Mark Foster Gage
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Aesthetics Equals Politics: Edited by Mark Foster Gage

Aesthetics Equals Politics throws out the first ball in what could have been a provocative,…

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Oeuvre: Varda: The Young Girls Turn 25
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Oeuvre: Varda: The Young Girls Turn 25

Who can blame Varda for pretending, in 1991 only months after her husband’s death, that…

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Criminally Underrated: Inherent Vice
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Criminally Underrated: Inherent Vice

A more than hilarious commentary on the we’re-absolutely-fucked-ness of US society.

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The Sisters of the Winter Wood: by Rena Rossner
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The Sisters of the Winter Wood: by Rena Rossner

More fairy tale than fantasy, the book enlivens an oft-forgotten corner of Europe.

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Food Routes: by Robyn Metcalfe
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Food Routes: by Robyn Metcalfe

Metcalfe’s intentional lack of depth means that everyone but the uninitiated will glean little from…

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