“The transformation of 1980s synth pop from a frequently mocked fad into a respectable modern genre has been glorious to behold.”
“As the time between 2008, 2013 and 2016 grows comparatively smaller, the film will only loom larger.”
“It’s the subliminal drive toward the realization of his ideal self that evokes his potential.”
“Just as with life, ‘Mulholland Dr.’ is unexplainable.”
“Where Los Angeles offers an idyllic vision of dreamers, New York can’t help but set the stage for an all too depressing look at those left behind.”
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“‘Marcia, Marcia, Marcia’ exposes the intersection between the powerful forms of marginalization which shape the O.J. trial, as well as, more broadly, contemporary American life.”
Leading up to the release of Hail, Caesar!, Vague Visages explores the work of Joel and Ethan Coen.