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Daily Archives: December 26, 2020
Netflixable? French, or Algerian? This granddaughter wants to know her “DNA”
The 2008 film “Departures” is a somber drama set against “the Japanese way of death,” the fastidious customs, traditions and taboos dealing with a corpse that society there still clings to. I couldn’t help but think of that film watching … Continue reading
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Netflixable? Tweens take on Tin-tentacles in “We Can Be Heroes”
Netflix and Austin auteur Robert Rodriguez seem like a streamer/filmmaker match that’s meant to be. The “Sin City,” “Spy Kids” “Sharkboy/LavaGirl” director-producer, famed for knowing how to do things that look expensive cheaper than Hollywood can imagine should have been … Continue reading
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