“For all its frenetic editing, energetic performances and twisty narrative structure, there is sadly an elephant in the room, and that’s the film’s treatment (or mistreatment) of women.”
“Mistress America revels in the romance of being young before carefully setting its characters back down into the real world.”
A Weekly Column on Love and Erotica in Cinema by Justine A. Smith
Jaime Grijalba, a Chilean writer, comments on the exploitation of his country’s cinematic landscape.
Justine A. Smith Interviews Philippe Falardeau