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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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In a country with no official language, how can any be called “foreign?” When a person speaks a “foreign” language, does this then also make their stories foreign, other? 
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In a country with no official language, how can any be called “foreign?” When a person speaks a “foreign” language, does this then also make their stories foreign, other? 
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But after a year packed with critically acclaimed, masterful films directed by women, watching the complete shutout stung more than expected. 
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But after a year packed with critically acclaimed, masterful films directed by women, watching the complete shutout stung more than expected. 
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Following the 2020 Golden Globe Awards, many fans protested the award show’s exclusion of female film directors. Here at the Daily Clog, we’re looking to give credit where credit is due: here's a list of ten female-directed movies you should check out!
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Following the 2020 Golden Globe Awards, many fans protested the award show’s exclusion of female film directors. Here at the Daily Clog, we’re looking to give credit where credit is due: here's a list of ten female-directed movies you should check out!
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This year has proven that filmmakers’ original, engaging stories will always have the ability to unite audiences with their crucial explorations of our world.
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This year has proven that filmmakers’ original, engaging stories will always have the ability to unite audiences with their crucial explorations of our world.
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Lulu Wang’s new movie “The Farewell” revolves around the central conundrum of “What is the better way to say goodbye to someone you love?”
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Lulu Wang’s new movie “The Farewell” revolves around the central conundrum of “What is the better way to say goodbye to someone you love?”
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For Wang, truth in “The Farewell” has more intimate ties to replicating a specific sense of experience than to portraying exactly what happened when.
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For Wang, truth in “The Farewell” has more intimate ties to replicating a specific sense of experience than to portraying exactly what happened when.
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Largely captured in wide-angle shots, the film effectively interrogates the totalizing, moralistic question “Is lying permissible?” by treating it as a microcosm of cultural principles.
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Largely captured in wide-angle shots, the film effectively interrogates the totalizing, moralistic question “Is lying permissible?” by treating it as a microcosm of cultural principles.
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