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Alex Ross Perry: Toxic Friendships, Depressive Dieting, and Queen of Earth

Alex Ross Perry has established a reputation as something of an arthouse wunderkind. At a very wise 31, Perry has already directed four full-length independent features, with last year’s  2,271 more words

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The Women of the August Indies

A trio of compelling films about interesting women have been released in the past few weeks. Queen of Earth, Mistress America and The Diary of a Teenage Girl… 835 more words


Review: Alex Ross Perry's 'Queen of Earth'

Undulating and bipolar, Queen of Earth eschews linearity in its attempt to create an overwhelmingly disorientating experience for an audience caught in the crossfire of friendship on the brink of terrifying destruction. 645 more words

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WEST WING Binge for @thetvsisters

I binged the entire first season of The West Wing for you guys! Granted, I would’ve done it at some point regardless… But oh well. Click the link below to check out the article with my thoughts.

Film Review: Queen of Earth

“Be careful in there. You never know…”

“Know what?”


Queen of Earth has the power to make you feel. Whether that’s frightened, sympathetic, empathetic, fascinated, uncomfortable, or all of the above is up to the individual. 729 more words


Elisabeth Moss and Katherine Waterston make a mean tag team in "Queen of Earth"

As someone who groaned through the slick smart-assery of Alex Ross Perry’s previous film, “Listen Up Philip,”  the indie director’s latest, “Queen of Earth,” lands like a long held exhale of relief. 410 more words


Queen of Earth (Alex Ross Perry, 2015)

“I don’t want you to see me like this,” says Catherine (Elisabeth Moss) framed in a tight, invasive close-up. In this opening scene to Alex Ross Perry’s… 939 more words