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Hunger
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Hunger

By Jackson Diianni Hunger (2008) is a superb showcase of acting and filmmaking technique, yet I didn’t feel satisfied when it was over. To be fair, it’s not a traditional film. Hunger is a 24-minute dialogue scene bookended by 72 minutes of wordless storytelling. That one dialogue scene is spectacular, maybe the best I’ve ever … Continue reading

Fahrenheit 11/9
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Fahrenheit 11/9

By Haley Goetz Michael Moore is one of the most inventive and daring filmmakers working today. His documentaries explore all sorts of varied and interesting American topics, ranging from our nation’s insatiable obsession with guns in 2002’s Bowling for Columbine to a sociological examination of countries that do things better than us in 2015’s Where … Continue reading