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Raw (2016)

Every now and then a film changes the way I see the world. I went into Raw, the stunning first feature by French director Julia Ducournau, expecting horror but instead experienced an intense metaphorical drama about female power and desire. 437 more words

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Night Moves

Josh and Dena are passionate about their cause: the environment. Tired of small measures, they team with Harmon, a shadier character who can help them pull off an act of eco-terrorism, the bombing of a hydroelectric dam. 260 more words

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Lovesong

Sarah (Riley Keough) feels like she’s bringing up her young daughter Jessie by herself, abandoned sometimes for months at a time by an older husband who travels for work and is fuzzy on his return dates. 305 more words

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The Lifeguard

Leigh, a¬†former valedictorian “most likely to succeed” quits her reporter job in New York and returns to the place she last felt happy: her childhood home. 277 more words

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Making a Change

May 2017

Representation of unheard voices in cinema and film, and in particular women, is a concern for many who want to see images and narratives of their own gaze visualised on screen. 1,135 more words

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Their Finest (2016)

On the surface, this is the kind of feel-good WWII movie that the British do so well. Made, though, by Danish director Lone Scherfig ( 644 more words

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Everything, Everything

Are you a teenage girl? Or perhaps you simply have the taste in movies of one (Twilight, The Fault In Our Stars, Before I Fall)? If so, you can confidently add this movie to your lineup. 433 more words

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