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New York Film Festival: "Hall of Mirrors" (2017) ★★★★★

The most innocent looking person could often be the guiltiest one. Those with childishly innocent faces are often capable to fool us more easily. I might be wrong, but I have always tried to avoid expressing any opinion about Edward Snowden and his actions. 465 more words

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New York Film Festival Review: "A Gentle Night" (2017) ★★★★★

The number of disappeared people keeps growing day by day. Those numbers are even more alarming when it comes to kids being kidnapped after school. So many reasons cause such disappearances, and among them – family matters. 218 more words

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New York Film Festival Review: "The Square" (2017) ★★★★★

What do we do in our daily lives? Do we care about our actions and do we try to contribute to our society through those actions or by being responsible citizens? 752 more words

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Day two of Pilgrimage was as steamy as day one, but we made sure to get there early to see 18-year-old blues guitar phenom, Kingfish… 903 more words


New York Film Festival Review: "Mudbound" (2017) ★★★★★

In the face of danger we are all the same. The color of our skins don’t matter, have the same fate and belong to no specific community but only – a universal world. 391 more words

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New York Film Festival Review: "Wonderstruck" (2017) ★★★★★

What can a film with dual timelines offer to its viewer? Or better ask – how can someone so cleverly bring together two different plots, happening fifty years apart from one another, so that the story not only makes sense but touches our hearts? 522 more words

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Clint Worthington talks "Blade Runner 2049," "The Meyerowitz Stories," "The Florida Project" and the 53rd Chicago Independent Film Festival on Alcohollywood On Tap

This week, On Tap returns to the weekly digest format, as Clint and Julia talk about this weekend’s releases! Among the films discussed are Denis Villeneuve’s meditative sci-fi sequel masterpiece BLADE RUNNER 2049; Noah Baumbach’s straight-to-Netflix family dramedy THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES (NEW AND SELECTED); and Sean Baker’s brilliantly bittersweet followup to TANGERINE, THE FLORIDA PROJECT. 35 more words