“Guerra and Gallego may not have reproduced the surreal images from ‘Embrace of the Serpent,’ but their determination to preserve the history of those who capitalism has destroyed remains as strong and necessary as ever.”
“‘Juze’ tells the story of an India we don’t often see in films, but an India that hurts, suffers and yet revolts and thrives.”
“For a play that is so much about macho-ness and the male code of honor, it is refreshing to watch Chatterjee give it a somewhat feminist tweak.”
“Lending the story a rarefied patina is the cinematography.”
“‘Nude’ is a caveat to our times; a warning that we are driving arts education to a point of redundancy with our politics…”
“‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is the apex of franchise movie-making, bringing together a plethora of heroes from a number of different franchises to form the blockbuster of blockbusters.”
In celebration of the late Audrey Hepburn’s May 4 birthday, Vague Visages writers remember a couple of the actress’ finest performances.
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“At times, ‘Beyondless’ is overwhelming in the scope of its genius, but the chord progressions that Johan Surrballe Wieth has conjured are something divine.”
Michael J. Casey on the TCM Classic Film Festival 2018