Hereditary
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Hereditary

Hereditary makes a compelling case for horror as an eternal entity, that the most deep-seated…

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American Animals
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American Animals

American Animals is a wild, rollicking story that makes us question how authenticity can be…

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First Reformed
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First Reformed

Were this to be Schrader’s final film, it’d be a fitting coda to his filmography,…

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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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In the Last Days of the City
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In the Last Days of the City

In the Last Days of the City presents a resounding yet elegiac portrait of Cairo,…

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Let the Sunshine In
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Let the Sunshine In

The bright tones and subtle character comedy of Let the Sunshine In may be the…

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Zama
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Zama

Zama’s offbeat but formally rigorous compositions of its protagonist’s profound alienation from his own position…

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Love, Simon
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Love, Simon

Claire’s Camera
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Claire’s Camera

A genuine sense of change and progression from the more serious-minded, self-critical films that preceded…

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Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?
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Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?