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Jean-Luc Godard

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There’s an imbalance of attention in the film, as it seldom scrutinizes Ljoha, who believes other people’s boundaries are permeable, despite the number of assumptions it makes about Laura.
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There’s an imbalance of attention in the film, as it seldom scrutinizes Ljoha, who believes other people’s boundaries are permeable, despite the number of assumptions it makes about Laura.
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Ducournau loses hold of the rope a couple times, but her movie must, absolutely, be experienced. Buckle up.
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Ducournau loses hold of the rope a couple times, but her movie must, absolutely, be experienced. Buckle up.
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There’s a studied thoughtfulness to her work in the precise ways her characters interact with each other and the world. This precision, however, is cast in such a way that her films never come off as lofty.
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There’s a studied thoughtfulness to her work in the precise ways her characters interact with each other and the world. This precision, however, is cast in such a way that her films never come off as lofty.
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Like several films before it, “Person to Person” brings the cacophonous life of New York City to the fore by giving us several day-in-the-life narratives — but it fails to do much more than that.
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Like several films before it, “Person to Person” brings the cacophonous life of New York City to the fore by giving us several day-in-the-life narratives — but it fails to do much more than that.
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