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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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From big-name blockbusters to festival favorites, September brought an influx of diverse films to a variety of streaming services and online platforms.
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From big-name blockbusters to festival favorites, September brought an influx of diverse films to a variety of streaming services and online platforms.
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In honor of Saoirse Ronan's 26th birthday, we at the Clog have cooked up a quiz to help you determine which of the four-time Oscar-nominated actress's films to watch.
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In honor of Saoirse Ronan's 26th birthday, we at the Clog have cooked up a quiz to help you determine which of the four-time Oscar-nominated actress's films to watch.
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At that age, I didn’t really know what a gay person was. I had grown up watching “The Birdcage” and “Will & Grace” with my mercifully liberal family.
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At that age, I didn’t really know what a gay person was. I had grown up watching “The Birdcage” and “Will & Grace” with my mercifully liberal family.
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Conductor Thiago Tiberio led the orchestra through interjected musical passages from the film as it was projected onto a large screen above the stage. 
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Conductor Thiago Tiberio led the orchestra through interjected musical passages from the film as it was projected onto a large screen above the stage. 
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For me, “Pirates of the Caribbean” defined the best of what blockbusters could be.
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For me, “Pirates of the Caribbean” defined the best of what blockbusters could be.
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“The Aftermath” largely ignores this difficult world, instead lazily smushing a painfully awkward affair together with shoddy political side-stories. We the audience are left with a frustrating mess that, at its worst, is little more than misguided Hallmark soap.
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“The Aftermath” largely ignores this difficult world, instead lazily smushing a painfully awkward affair together with shoddy political side-stories. We the audience are left with a frustrating mess that, at its worst, is little more than misguided Hallmark soap.
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Colette’s sexuality is what allows the film’s narrative to unfold. Her queer identity is what allows the audience to get to know Colette and her associations and aspirations.
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Colette’s sexuality is what allows the film’s narrative to unfold. Her queer identity is what allows the audience to get to know Colette and her associations and aspirations.
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The fear of the future and messing with the “natural order” of things has been inspiration for a whole range of movies, ranging from terrible, Luddite-like fantasies to movies questioning humanity and its relation to science.
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The fear of the future and messing with the “natural order” of things has been inspiration for a whole range of movies, ranging from terrible, Luddite-like fantasies to movies questioning humanity and its relation to science.
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