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'Children of Men', 'Babel', 'Pan's Labyrinth', and the Mapping of the (Post)modern Global World

'Children of Men', 'Babel', 'Pan's Labyrinth', and the Mapping of the (Post)modern Global World

By Manuel Betancourt

2 Jun 2015 // 2:05 AM

Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro González Iñárritu, and Alfonso Cuarón -- the "Three Amigos" of Mexican cinema -- use their 2006 masterpieces to examine the global through the lens of the local....

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In 'The Bridges of Madison County', Meryl Streep Proves She Is the Author of Her Films

By Jon Lisi

1 Jun 2015 // 2:30 AM

It takes a superior actress to convey a character’s entire history in one scene, and in this film, at least, Meryl Streep does it masterfully....

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//News

'Love & Mercy' Director Is a Respected Force in Hollywood>

Bill Pohlad had lived through some impressive moments in his film career — rave reviews, top awards, praise for uncompromising choices. But nothing was as important to him as a screening one night last September in Toronto....

'Fury Road' and Other Films About Cataclysm Allow Our Vulnerabilities to Be Laid Bare>

Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy Rises from the Ashes for a New Screening>

David Oyelowo Lifts 'Nightingale' on HBO>

//Blogs

'Blind Woman's Curse' Is Full of Delirious Action With Swords and Cats

// Short Ends and Leader

"This bewildering, reckless, and captivating Japanese monstrosity is a colorful, widescreen explosion of cross-genre craziness.

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