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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

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Colin Farrell

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Ultimately, all the banshees in Inisherin are tantalizing to follow, even as their wails resound as hollow and impenetrable.
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Ultimately, all the banshees in Inisherin are tantalizing to follow, even as their wails resound as hollow and impenetrable.
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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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An impersonal reimagining of an artistic Hail Mary for the purpose of a box office guarantor, the film is one of those chores that’s somehow both bloated with inanities and empty of vision.
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An impersonal reimagining of an artistic Hail Mary for the purpose of a box office guarantor, the film is one of those chores that’s somehow both bloated with inanities and empty of vision.
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It is not enough to say that an LGBTQ+ character’s sexual orientation doesn't need to be addressed because “gay people just look like ... people.”
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It is not enough to say that an LGBTQ+ character’s sexual orientation doesn't need to be addressed because “gay people just look like ... people.”
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In an interview with the Daily Californian, Gilroy elaborated on his extensive research with civil rights and activist attorneys.
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In an interview with the Daily Californian, Gilroy elaborated on his extensive research with civil rights and activist attorneys.
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As terrible as this film might make one feel, it is excellently done, slowly building up to a disturbingly quiet dread.
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As terrible as this film might make one feel, it is excellently done, slowly building up to a disturbingly quiet dread.
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“The Beguiled” is a true testament to the woman behind the camera — a film with inspired visuals and masterful performances, and which imparts a needed feminist stamp on a story (the 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood, based on Thomas Cullinan’s novel of the same name) originally known for its pulp alone.
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“The Beguiled” is a true testament to the woman behind the camera — a film with inspired visuals and masterful performances, and which imparts a needed feminist stamp on a story (the 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood, based on Thomas Cullinan’s novel of the same name) originally known for its pulp alone.
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