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Daily Archives: November 29, 2020
Every film in Steve McQueen’s five-film series “Small Axe” has interesting characters, and a couple of them are strictly character-driven. But it’s the milieu and the passing parade of history — real events, pivotal moments in British social justice — … Continue reading
“Mangrove,” the first film in Steve McQueen’s “Small Axe” quintet of movies revisiting the London of McQueen’s youth, is both the establishing film of the series and the most challenging to approach. The movies, about the first generations of the … Continue reading