Pathologies of every sort abound in this corrosive and hypnotic movie, a story of domestic collapse that slowly develops into a withering snapshot of contemporary Russian malaise.
'The Crime of Monsieur Lange' Is One of Jean Renoir's Least Known Films. But a Restored Version Shows It's the Most Pure Fun
What elevates Lange is its wide range of idiosyncratic, delightful characters, its belief in humanity in all its crazy variety, and its abundance of high spirits and raffish charm that are absolutely contagious.
Native Run brings the sensational, pop-sensible arranging that they've been known for to this track without losing any raw emotion along the way.
When Mavis Staples says she's uniquely troubled by the current climate in this country — by the guns and the police violence and the president she blames for reviving old enmities — there's good reason to listen.
While Varda has said that her latest documentary Faces Places will be her last theatrical feature, it's hard to imagine that adventurous magpie spirit abating anytime soon.
The double-edged sword of success — and the fame and fortune that have accompanied it to stratospheric levels for her — inform many of the songs on Reputation, possibly the most anticipated album of the always-intensive fall season.
Dan Brown's Origin plays with the idea that science could ultimately triumph over religion by essentially proving the nonexistence of God.
Kelela's debut album, Take Me Apart, is bold stuff, beauty and weirdness forged out of struggle and pain.
Guillermo del Toro: "The idea is just gathering everybody up who can be represented as the other, quote unquote, all the invisible people coming together to rescue this creature that can either be a monster or a savior or a lover or a god."
Tegan explains how personal loss and the experience of being talked out of breaking up the band gave her and Sara the confidence to become the stars they are today.
Brockhampton is a group of young men of color — rappers, producers, artists and designers from around the world creating on their own terms.