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Review: Personal Shopper

Originally published on CommonSpace.

Personal Shopper has a tumultuous and confusing history. At its premiere for critics, it was met with boos and laughs. A day later, its premiere to general audiences prompted a four-and-a-half-minute standing ovation. 358 more words

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Review: Certain Women

Originally published on CommonSpace.

Certain Women follows certain women doing certain things. Laura Dern’s Laura has been putting up with a client’s protestations for eight months, believing he’s been ripped off by a settlement; Michelle Williams’ Gina is undermined and undervalued despite leading the way with plans to build a home for her family; Lily Gladstone’s Jamie is a lone rancher who attends a night class about school law taught by Kristen Stewart’s Beth. 291 more words

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2017 Met Gala Red Carpet Wish List Part 15

This years Met Gala is rapidly approaching and we are just sing digit days until the stars of fashion, film, television, politics, business, and fashion all will converge on the Metropolitan Museum of Art to celebrate Comme des Garçons and its creative director Rei Kawakubo. 1,421 more words

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Opinion: Personal Shopper (2016)

Going into this film I had no real clue what it was going to be about. I heard some mixed reactions about it and I understand both the good and the bad things that they bring up, but before we get into that here’s a little synopsis: Kristen Stewart, a personal shopper for a famous, self-centered model, her twin brother has passed away with whom she’d made a promise to. 700 more words

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I’m Not There: Olivier Assayas’ “Personal Shopper”

I had more difficulty writing about Personal Shopper than almost anything else I’ve written about, because of what’s been happening in my life of late. Just last month, a mere week before I saw the movie, my uncle passed away after a long struggle with his health. 1,372 more words

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