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Daily Archives: September 11, 2019
“Inspired by a true story,” women working at New York’s notorious Scores strip club, taking the marks for all they were worth. Or some of it, anyway. Are the Toronto Film Fest group-thinkers right, that Lopez an itd STX have … Continue reading
She is haggard, as something in her life, this city or her apartment is keeping her awake at night. He meets her, inscrutably scrutinizes her apartment as he walks from room to room. He listens. “Mind if I lie down?” … Continue reading
The guiding ethos of “Aquarela,” by the Russian documentarian Viktor Kossakovsky, is water, in all its forms, reminding us who Earth really belongs to and the warnings water is giving us. Men — Russians, apparently — struggle with winching a … Continue reading
It’d be fun to drop in on the tail end of the documentary “Liam Gallagher: As It Was,” having only the Oasis singer’s reputation to go on, his Wikipedia biography to tell you what to expect. He’s charming in that … Continue reading
It’s a documentary about a little girl found hanging from a swing set in rural North Carolina in 2014. Accident or a modern day lynching? Jacqueline Olive’s award winner opens in limited release Sept. 20.