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    It is impossible to admit that the directors of my personal interest immediately raise my concern, so such subjects as Kenji Mizoguchi have me fairly engaged no matter the caliber of the piece. However, if anything this work made me reflect on another filmmaker who made pieces about his close friends and peers, Chris Marker. There is something lacking in this piece when compared with say, A Day in the Life of Andrei Tarkovsky. Perhaps it is the matter of…

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  • Paris, Texas

    Paris, Texas

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    None of this is really ours. The United States I mean. This country was built on feeling foreign. Wandering about in new territory and developing a sense of self during this process. It was also built on a lot of things to be ashamed by. Genocide, slavery, the exploitation of the poor, etc. All things one could never apologize for. We can try to contend with it, understand that past, but more often than not we stay silent. We forget.…

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    The ultimate film of and about psychotherapy. Also a fantastic deconstruction of troubling horror tropes, creatively reworking them into the terror of the narrative as opposed to the modern route of similar expression through the safe confines of the horror satire (comedy) genre so popular in critics circles today.