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  • The Vast of Night

    The Vast of Night

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    Now this is how you pull off a contemporary homage to 1950’s science fiction.

    Andrew Patterson’s nifty directorial debut The Vast of Night beams with creative filmmaking, retro aesthetics, and a playful mystery. The discoveries unravel slowly while the dialogue zaps by back and forth with a platonic relationship between a small town radio jockey and a phone switchboard operatorΒ at the core of the film. The pair of New Mexico teenagers must…

  • The Lie

    The Lie

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  • Into the Inferno

    Into the Inferno

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    Into the Inferno leaves you in a trance of a hypnotic red glow, billowing smoke, and the Werner Herzog-ism of it all.Β 

    About human spirit as much as volcanos.

  • Heaven Knows What

    Heaven Knows What

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    Nerve hitting.

    And here I was thinking Uncut Gems was the upper echelon of anxiety, try watching someone on heroin thread a sewing needle.Β 

    Raw and upsetting look at young drug addicts lost in their small world of dramas, panhandling, and needing their next high to survive the streets of New York City. Observational story and veritΓ© in style creating something more reflective of reality than the usual romanticism of drug abuse or warning label. A profound treat to watch Arielle Holmes debut to tell a genuine piece of herself and the Safdie brothers develop their distinctive filmmaking.