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'The Square': Trust, Art and #MeToo ✮✮✮✮✮

Writer/director Ruben Östlund means to satirize modern art in this award-winning 2017 movie, “The Square,” but he also exposes some uncomfortable realities in this post-Women’s March as we currently ride the treacherous waves of #MeToo revelations. 945 more words

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Interview: Claes Bang on 'The Square'

A late addition to this year’s Cannes competition, Swedish director Ruben Östlund’s satirical drama The Square ended up a surprise winner of the Palme d’Or. The follow-up to his well-received Force Majeure, the film’s cast includes Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West and Terry Notary, best known for his motion capture work in Kong: Skull Island and the recent Planet of the Apes films. 210 more words


"The Square" - Ruben Östlund


After Turist (2014), I didn’t think the Swedish director Ruben Östlund could come up with anything more challenging for his audience, but his latest satirical drama… 432 more words

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Entre les murs - The Class (2008)

A French style movie: it starts, people talk, it ends. A teacher figure far from the idealized American versions such as Dead Poets Society. No dramatic “oh captain my captain” outcries. 28 more words


1949; directed by Carol Reed; adapted by Graham Greene; 100 mins

Harry Lime is dead. This is a shock for friend and dimestore novelist, Holly Martins… 499 more words


12. "La Dolce Vita", Federico Fellini (1960)

Part of The 100 Greatest Movies I’ve Ever Seen list.

La Dolce Vita or The Sweet Life

dir. Federico Fellini scr. Federico Fellini, Ennio Flaiano, Tullio Pinelli, Brunello Rondi  207 more words


The Square

I don’t know what the best film might have been at the Cannes Film Festival last year, but it does not surprise me that The Square… 664 more words

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