Staycation (USA, 2018) [SDAFF 2018]

Narrowing in on the realities of “millennial” relationships is one of those things Hollywood struggles in representing with any degree of accuracy, coming across as forced writing from those obviously disconnected from our generation. It’s […]

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on Nov, 08 · in Reviews

Dangan Runner (Japan, 1996)

When pushed to the brink, men will do anything. No extremes are off-limits once the event horizon has been crossed, when they have snapped at the words and actions of those around them. William Foster […]

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on Oct, 28 · in Reviews

People’s Republic of Desire (China/USA, 2018) [VIFF 2018]

We are slowly migrating closer to a Summer Wars-meets-Black Mirror sense of reality, where the online spheres of existence make up for the shortcomings of the physical. Connected to an interdimensional digital universe is a […]

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on Oct, 07 · in Reviews

ULAM: Main Dish (USA, 2017) [AAIFF 2018]

Arguably, nothing unites folk more than food: transcending a means to survive, food has become one of those cultural practices defining us as on a national level; our cuisines root themselves in memory and trigger […]

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on Aug, 03 · in Reviews

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