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BLACK ’47

The Great Famine is brought to the screen for the first time in a tale of revenge, poorly told

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EVERYBODY KNOWS

Caricatures roam a thinly sketched rural Madrid in Asghar Fahadi’s English-language debut

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Netflix Review

HIGH FLYING BIRD

Soderbergh delivers a gripping tale of power in the world of basketball

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Essay

“DEAD, I’ll SUFFER LESS”: DEAD SOULS & THE DOCUMENTATION OF DECAY

A close look at Wang Bing’s epic eight-hour delve into the survivors of Mao’s “re-education” camps

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LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT

Bi Gan stands on the shoulders of giants in flawed dream-like drama