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Daily Archives: November 23, 2022
The first thing that pops out of “Devotion,” the new Korean War Naval aviators action biopic, is how far digitall- animated aircraft and aerial combat have come since the first films to lean heavily on that technology — “Flyboys” and … Continue reading
You take the cute with the not-nearly-so-cute in the Swedish rom-com “Off Track,” titled “Ur spår” in ABBAland. It’s about a coupling or two, and people destined to bump into each other at the annual cross country Swedish ski race, … Continue reading
“Pieces of April” is a little movie — a tiny one, really. It’s about a Thanksgiving dinner, the prodigal daughter who isn’t very enthusiastic about cooking it, and the family that’s even less fired-up about traveling to visit her and … Continue reading
An iconic haute couture footwear brand’s origin story is told in sometimes inspiring strokes in “Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams,” Luca Guadagnino’s story of the life and work of Salvatore Ferragamo. Fashionistas, fashion historians, film historians, modern shoe icon Manolo Blahnik, … Continue reading