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Bedatri Datta Choudhury

I Was at Home, But Movie Film

On the Calamity of Life: Angela Schanelec’s ‘I Was at Home, But’

“A film like ‘I Was at Home, But’ tests its audience and never tells them if they’re right, and therein lies the challenge. The point is not to “get” the film but to have thought about it and come up with a whole array of personal truths.”

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TIFF 2018: The French Affair – A Review of Louis Garrel’s ‘A Faithful Man’

“Within the power plays of a self-aware love triangle, Garrel examines love, sex and companionship and tries to get to a point where everyone meets and exists in perfect harmony. It’s a tug of war between these three, and the final result is basically a test of which one outlives the others.”

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