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Posts tagged "NYFF 51"
Hiroshima Mon Amour

Hiroshima Mon Amour

Honoring its sensitive subject, this classic is both an emotionally charged and a thoughtfully crafted depiction of a recovering postwar world that carries the freight of its horrific past.
NYFF 2013 Wrap-Up Podcast

NYFF 2013 Wrap-Up Podcast

Double Exposure sits down to discuss its favorite movies and biggest disappointments of the 51st New York Film Festival.
A Touch of Sin

A Touch of Sin

A Touch of Sin’s true success is its ability to both condemn and justify this violence at the same time. The establishment of motive makes a huge difference in how each act of violence is understood and whether or not it is acceptable.
NYFF 2013: 12 Years a Slave

NYFF 2013: 12 Years a Slave

12 Years a Slave’s most biting critique is of the ways in which believing in the redemptive nature of true liberalism only serves to perpetuate systems of exclusion and inegalitarianism.
NYFF 2013: Stranger by the Lake

NYFF 2013: Stranger by the Lake

Nick Lieberman takes a look at Alain Guiraudie's new art thriller playing at this year's New York Film Festival.
NYFF 2013: Manakamana, Nobody's Daughter Haewon, & At Berkeley

NYFF 2013: Manakamana, Nobody’s Daughter Haewon, & At Berkeley

At this year's New York Film Festival, Will Noah travels over the foothills of Nepal and through the bars and cafes of Seoul, before winding up in a classroom at one of America's most storied universities.
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