This feminist-leaning sci-fi film questions the human relationship with and dependency on technology, but it doesn’t push boundaries far enough.
Category: Festival Coverage
A story about misery, depression, and the power of persuasion, the outlandish third act threatens to sink the entire film.
Based on an incredible true story, this inspirational tale of hard work, redemption, and triumph over adversity is a real charmer from start to finish.
An uplifting modern romance with just the right amount of eccentric charm. It has a free spirited rom-com energy that feels oh-so-familiar, yet refreshingly different.
If there’s one thing you will get out of this documentary, it’s that freedom of the press is a right that we should never, ever take for granted.
“Landscape With Invisible Hand”
An ambitious satire about commerce, class, art, truth, and the value of human beings, this is the most unpredictable films I’ve seen in a long while.
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