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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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“Station Eleven” operates nonlinearly, a choice that allows its creators to delve into the show’s undercurrent of brutality as easily they do with the love engendered by its communities.
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“Station Eleven” operates nonlinearly, a choice that allows its creators to delve into the show’s undercurrent of brutality as easily they do with the love engendered by its communities.
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The film is a smattering of obfuscation, power plays and drama (with a score by Nicolás Jaar, to boot) as Ema schemes to be reunited with Polo.
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The film is a smattering of obfuscation, power plays and drama (with a score by Nicolás Jaar, to boot) as Ema schemes to be reunited with Polo.
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Shyamalan’s film is made of drama that can’t break the wall between mind and heart.
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Shyamalan’s film is made of drama that can’t break the wall between mind and heart.
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The film is undeniably beautiful. Even in the land of the dead, the city seems alive with breathtaking skyscrapers, and it bustles with a constant energy.
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The film is undeniably beautiful. Even in the land of the dead, the city seems alive with breathtaking skyscrapers, and it bustles with a constant energy.
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There is a moment toward the end of “No” when the camera lingers on Gael Garcia Bernal’s eyes for a moment as he realizes for the first time that his family could be killed by Chile’s authoritarian government.
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There is a moment toward the end of “No” when the camera lingers on Gael Garcia Bernal’s eyes for a moment as he realizes for the first time that his family could be killed by Chile’s authoritarian government.
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