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Everything or nothing can be read into Apichatpong Weerasethakul's docu-fiction, which plays like a bonus track to "Uncle Boomee Who Can Recall His Past Lives."
A languid, dreamlike study of an abandoned naif taking a few tentative steps outside the wild-animal park that has been her lifelong home and refuge.
An arrestingly shot monochrome study about the aftereffects of a rape, "The Natural Phenomenon of Madness" reps an impressive sophomore effort from Filipino multihyphenate Charliebebs Gohetia ("The…
To describe "Saudade" as an episode of "The Wire" transplanted to Japan and directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul (on an off day) might be roughly accurate, but unfortunately the result is nowhere…
More readily accessible than his previous films, yet even more resistant to concrete interpretation.
Sean Penn received the first big artistic cheer of the 61st Cannes Film Festival after he was introduced on the steps of the Palais Wednesday night.
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