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‘Perfect Days’ captures the beauty in nature and mundane

Not much happens in Wim Wenders’s “Perfect Days.” The film follows Hirayama (Kōji Yakusho), a toilet cleaner in Tokyo living a largely solitary life. Hirayama does very few things each day. All of them are simple, but that’s not to say they’re not important. Running only on Hirayama’s relaxed ...

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Dev Patel fuses action, cultural commentary in ‘Monkey Man’

In “Monkey Man,” Dev Patel’s highly anticipated directorial debut, Bollywood and Hollywood action stylization are unified and transformed into a refreshingly new story. Quick, vibrant and often claustrophobic shots are paired with sweeping views of the cityscape as the story of a monkey-masked ...


Nine movies to celebrate Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is a chance for what really should be done all year long: sharing women’s stories and promoting female voices. While some of these movies aim to empower and uplift, others may provide comfort, serving as a reminder of joy, hope and fun amidst all the chaos.

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Anne Carson’s masterfully wrong ‘Wrong Norma’

Anne Carson’s 23rd publication, “Wrong Norma”  meditates, deconstructs, scolds, announces, humors and — most importantly — questions a seemingly disparate cluster of topics.  In an unruly, genre-less, collaged collection of text and images water, blood, Flaubert, form, crows, Guantanamo, ...

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