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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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While “The Inspection'' may appear to be the antithesis of Hollywood’s military epics, the film earnestly follows the familiar underdog recruit narrative that marks the genre.
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While “The Inspection'' may appear to be the antithesis of Hollywood’s military epics, the film earnestly follows the familiar underdog recruit narrative that marks the genre.
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“Aftersun” is an attentive, affecting actualization of this acknowledgement of a parent’s liminality. With every frame of her past she pores over, Sophie reaches across space and time in gentle understanding of her father’s own fragile becoming, even while reckoning with the debris he left behind.
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“Aftersun” is an attentive, affecting actualization of this acknowledgement of a parent’s liminality. With every frame of her past she pores over, Sophie reaches across space and time in gentle understanding of her father’s own fragile becoming, even while reckoning with the debris he left behind.
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Boisterous yet also containing a light touch, the film manages to never betray its own characters for the sake of a cheap thrill or laugh.
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Boisterous yet also containing a light touch, the film manages to never betray its own characters for the sake of a cheap thrill or laugh.
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There is no dearth of ambition in Robert Eggers’ third feature, which forsakes arid Viking drudgery — the kind mired in the myriad folktales “The Northman” sources from — for orgiastic, chainmail-clad antics.
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There is no dearth of ambition in Robert Eggers’ third feature, which forsakes arid Viking drudgery — the kind mired in the myriad folktales “The Northman” sources from — for orgiastic, chainmail-clad antics.
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His film, which follows a group of young adult-film workers, reenvisions the golden age of the slasher flick; the period that transformed the horror genre and washed over the American psyche like a massive, unavoidable wave.
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His film, which follows a group of young adult-film workers, reenvisions the golden age of the slasher flick; the period that transformed the horror genre and washed over the American psyche like a massive, unavoidable wave.
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For all of its A24 marketing-ready garnishes, the film paradoxically gets back to basics.
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For all of its A24 marketing-ready garnishes, the film paradoxically gets back to basics.
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Kogonoda’s latest is at once universally and deeply personally felt — a self-reflective, nuanced journey that uncovers hidden emotions and profundity within every viewer.
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Kogonoda’s latest is at once universally and deeply personally felt — a self-reflective, nuanced journey that uncovers hidden emotions and profundity within every viewer.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, Rex discussed this unique point in his career.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, Rex discussed this unique point in his career.
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Films depicting sex work have historically taken on a moralizing tone, with sex workers often occupying the center of tragedy — presumably because of the nature of their employment.
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Films depicting sex work have historically taken on a moralizing tone, with sex workers often occupying the center of tragedy — presumably because of the nature of their employment.
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The filmmakers mistake lumbering volume for substance, as if every little thing is meant to be scrutinized by a voracious audience hoping to uncover the film’s genius.
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The filmmakers mistake lumbering volume for substance, as if every little thing is meant to be scrutinized by a voracious audience hoping to uncover the film’s genius.
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