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“Aftersun” Review: A moving time capsule

[*CLICK*… Start recording] You press the red button, the shot shakes as you try to figure out how to zoom properly. You stare past the camera into space, realizing nothing will ever be the same again. Once the realization hits and you understand what it means, the heaviness in your chest sets in. Leaving behind

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“She Said” Review: The Fall of Harvey Weinstein

She was silenced, but was far from being the only one. For all of them, the fear of destroying their existence outweighed the truth that was to be brought to light. Some of them did not take a stand for decades, trying to escape the Hollywood power structure, but it would not stop. Until they

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Normal People vs. Conversation with Friends

Turn the time back to May 2020. The quarantine was putting a test on all of us, it felt quite the same every day and every night. And as that repetitive pattern replayed itself again, I suddenly stumbled upon a show that gave everyone a new perspective and hope during that trying times. Based on a

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Behead or you shall be dead – “The Green Knight” Review

“The Green Knight” is a slow-burn tale about mortality and the journey of finding oneself. It’s a truly stunning piece of cinema, with a stellar cast giving great performances, visuals that deliver beyond what I imagined, a perfect mix of mystery, passion & tragedy, and a feeling of grandeur, scope & impending doom. The original

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SeanKlaus: The Top 38 Films of 2019 & 2020

2019 and 2020 are total polar opposites in terms of cinema. In every way 2019 was one of the best years in the history of film, 2020 was an abysmal and depressing regression. Where 2019 was filled with amazing cinematic achievements and was the best year in cinema since 1999, 2020 was filled with delayed

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