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Angela Nite
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Moonlight
Moonlight concludes at a cathartic moment: the camera closes in on Chiron comforted in loneliness by a lost love before cutting away to the visual of a smooth black head turning back to pierce the fourth wall, a dewey orb of darkness set against the moonlit...

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Paterson
Paterson finds the tiny fragments of poetry which trickle through routine and rest in the crevices of ordinary life, swimming in the details of a particular place or person, hiding in patterns, in serendipity, and the largeness which affects the smallness o...

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Visual & Sound Diary: Paris, Texas
To romanticise loneliness is a guilty pleasure, a sweet and shameful joy. Paris, Texas, a slow-burning mediation on the luxuries of isolation and escape, is a film of retrospective melancholy, flooded with a ripe air of mystery , implicit devastation and so...

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P.S. Girlhood
  The fin al entry to Celine Sciamma adolescence trilogy , Girl hood , has been dubbed the female recipor cal to Richard Linklater's Boyhood . The two films however, could not be more different. U nlike Boyhood, Sc iamma 's film is not about lushy nostalgia...

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88th Academy Awards: My Predictions and Picks (Ranked)
Cinema is the most commercialised form of art that exists. Nearly the entire film industry is based on the box office, on pitching screenplays and ideas to studios, revitalising and forming franchises, on marketing to an audience. What started as an art for...

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P.S. Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs, an analogical symphony of artful, vibrant graphics, drilled into a smart and consistent rhythm with the aid of a tight, marching score and crisp, rich dialogue, riddled with epiphanies, clarity, insight and quirks, is a film still inferior to i...

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The Revenant
The Revenant is a film bathed in brutality, featuring a primal kind of beauty shot in gritty, unforgiving lenses, indulgent in its unrelenting violence. The sweeping grandeur of the picture is formed on the momentum of its visceral imagery, immeasurable pre...

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A Guide to Melbourne Cinemas
It may come as no surprise that my favourite places to be are cinemas. My city, Melbourne, is a kind creature to my habits (or rather manic obsessions), the various cinemas allowing me to rub shoulders with other cinephiles, or rather listen into their beau...

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P.S. Sicario
Sicario is an assiduous, pulsating work of a art, a graphic feature of inspired technical verve, tense and satisfying with rounded performances, charged dialogue and unusual utility of its lead character. With his latest feature, director Denis Villeneuve  ...

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Visual & Sound Diary: In the Mood for Love (2001)
Wrapped in an illustrious blanket of dangerous colour and melody, In the Mood for Love is a dreamy cinematic escapade. Beauty drips from each intrepid detail as the camera glides about, intoxicating its audience with the appeal of intimacy devoid of touch, ...
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