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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 24, 2023

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Tonal discrepancies between camp, horror and comedy permeate “The Perfection,” making for a film that doesn’t exactly know what it wants to be.
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Tonal discrepancies between camp, horror and comedy permeate “The Perfection,” making for a film that doesn’t exactly know what it wants to be.
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Making a joke to avoid accountability is the cornerstone of white privilege. But “Get Out” will not be silenced, and neither will its director.
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Making a joke to avoid accountability is the cornerstone of white privilege. But “Get Out” will not be silenced, and neither will its director.
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Spring, in any year, is actually host to plenty of gems, both hidden and right in front of our faces.
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Spring, in any year, is actually host to plenty of gems, both hidden and right in front of our faces.
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But it feels like the Dave Chappelle conundrum: Is the audience laughing because it’s some familiar white nonsense, or are they laughing because they think this never happens?
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But it feels like the Dave Chappelle conundrum: Is the audience laughing because it’s some familiar white nonsense, or are they laughing because they think this never happens?
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