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The Mill and the Cross (2011)

As a result, the art film flourishes while the drama film meanders, ultimately slipping from the viewer much like run-on advertisements quietly consumed by the next great cacophony of things – we don’t tire of the film so much as we lose hold of the magnanimous company of art, forced to return to our everyday humdrumity, angrily, where such love of engagement is not only remiss but targeted obsolescence Continue reading

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