BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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“Everything Everywhere All At Once” is a film as overflowing as its title connotes. It's a wily multiverse odyssey that packs a punch; yet, it also unfolds like a set of nesting dolls, where each layer inches closer to a shared spiritual core.
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“Everything Everywhere All At Once” is a film as overflowing as its title connotes. It's a wily multiverse odyssey that packs a punch; yet, it also unfolds like a set of nesting dolls, where each layer inches closer to a shared spiritual core.
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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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Simply put, “The Death of Dick Long” is a film about the confused death of the proud, dick-measuring masculinity of American tradition.
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Simply put, “The Death of Dick Long” is a film about the confused death of the proud, dick-measuring masculinity of American tradition.
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