Tag: experimental

Madeline’s Madeline — Review

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Helena Howard in a scene from Josephine Decker’s Madeline’s Madeline


“The movie’s very existence is a meta statement on its quest to operate on its own terms.”

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Cemetery of Splendour — Review

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Movies can be tiring.


Cemetery of Splendour’s calm, sleepy pace is both a great asset and a firm detractor. While it allows the movie to maintain its detached, minimalist sense of boundaries, there is a problem in holding viewer attention when not only is nothing going on, but the intent is for there to be nothing going on.”

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