By Chadwick Jenkins
For all of pretense surrounding these films and their attempts to grapple with "big ideas", they are, ultimately, experiences that one must live through; they demand viewing and listening.
'Listen to Me Marlon' Makes It Clear That for Marlon Brando, Acting Was Surviving
The Internet: Ego Death (take 2)
'Five Easy Pieces' Must Be Appreciated on Its Own Cantankerous Terms
Sex, Lies, and Uprising in 'A Gay Girl in Damascus: The Amina Profile'
Tim Bowness: Stupid Things That Mean the World
'Lovers At the Chameleon Club' and the Stories We Tell Ourselves
High Tides: High Tides
"How do you decide who lives and who dies?