BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Braulio Ramirez

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Mia Wasikowska plays India Stoker like a basilisk. She saunters around every room in her house like a pale, leathery reptile with a sharp ear for eerie household rhythms and melodies. Beyond human capacity, India recognizes even the subtlest sounds in her surroundings.
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Mia Wasikowska plays India Stoker like a basilisk. She saunters around every room in her house like a pale, leathery reptile with a sharp ear for eerie household rhythms and melodies. Beyond human capacity, India recognizes even the subtlest sounds in her surroundings.
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Every March for the past 30 years, the festival has showcased hundreds of films, proving to be the country’s most vital source for Asian cinema. This year the festival seems to offer a healthy balance of documentaries, shorts and narratives.
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Every March for the past 30 years, the festival has showcased hundreds of films, proving to be the country’s most vital source for Asian cinema. This year the festival seems to offer a healthy balance of documentaries, shorts and narratives.
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I’ve followed the Oscars for quite a few years now, and I always ask myself, “Why do I still care?” Simply because the Academy is an institution that exists to celebrate a common interest: movies.
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I’ve followed the Oscars for quite a few years now, and I always ask myself, “Why do I still care?” Simply because the Academy is an institution that exists to celebrate a common interest: movies.
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