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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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Aubrey Plaza

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“The White Lotus” is tightly contained. Nothing gets pushed to the margins or tarnished by the tedium of polemic that so often afflicts other shows that set their ambitions similarly high.
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“The White Lotus” is tightly contained. Nothing gets pushed to the margins or tarnished by the tedium of polemic that so often afflicts other shows that set their ambitions similarly high.
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Despite DuVall’s admirable ambition to reimagine rom-coms for the queer community, “Happiest Season” drowns out holiday cheer with a serious, sobering coming out story.
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Despite DuVall’s admirable ambition to reimagine rom-coms for the queer community, “Happiest Season” drowns out holiday cheer with a serious, sobering coming out story.
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Plaza layers her performance of Ingrid with sadness and empathy, reminding us that we’re all a bit like her — after all, who hasn’t spent a little too long taking that Instagram photo or retyped a caption one too many times?
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Plaza layers her performance of Ingrid with sadness and empathy, reminding us that we’re all a bit like her — after all, who hasn’t spent a little too long taking that Instagram photo or retyped a caption one too many times?
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A deaf-mute walks into a convent — it sounds like the beginning of a bad dad joke. Instead, it is the premise of a movie more humorous and inappropriate than anything your father might ever utter.
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A deaf-mute walks into a convent — it sounds like the beginning of a bad dad joke. Instead, it is the premise of a movie more humorous and inappropriate than anything your father might ever utter.
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