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Ballet 422 Is a Stirring Portrait of Deep Focus in Creative Work
1 month ago by Zachary Wigon
It seems as if, for every ten issue-oriented documentaries that essentially function as long-form magazine articles with images attached, we get perhaps one doc that exemplifies the methods of "direct cinema" — the observational mod...
In Point and Shoot, Arab Spring Just a Backdrop for American's Ego
5 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Can profundity be accidental? Marshall Curry's documentary Point and Shoot is a study in naifdom that seems to think it's about something else: masculinity, honor, war. But it's mostly about the way Americans of means see the wider ...
Cinemanovels Equally Seductive and Inert
8 months ago by Sam Weisberg
Equally seductive as it is inert, Terry Miles' Cinemanovels manages to cast an alluring spell, despite not amounting to much. It sticks in the memory, mostly due to the playful lead performance by Lauren Lee Smith, a slinky blond wi...
Richard Ayoade's The Double Makes Alienation Fun
11 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Surely, at some point, they thought of casting Michael Cera. Richard Ayoade's often marvelous The Double, an existential jest set in a bureaucratic dystopia so familiar and lightly comic it may as well be Kafka Fantasy Camp, stars J...