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Film, "Mother of George": The Burden of Baby-Making

"Mother of George": The Burden of Baby-Making

Mother of George It's easy to see why Mother of George was a Sundance hit. This second feature from Nigerian director Andrew Dosunmu, who came up as a fashion photographer, album-cover designer, and maker of music videos, clearly shows off…
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Calendar, Night&Day Get Out of Africa

Get Out of Africa

Claire Denis's tense, convulsive White Material is a portrait of change and a thing of terrible beauty. The time is unspecified. The subject is the collapse of an unnamed West African state, and the protagonist, Maria, a French settler unflinchingly…
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Calendar, Night&Day <i>The Limits of Control</i>

The Limits of Control

Jim Jarmusch's anonymous antihero hitman (French-Ivorian actor Isaach De Bankolé), identified in the credits of The Limits of Control as the Lone Man, exists only in terms of his unspecified mission. He's introduced in an overhead shot doing tai chi…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Limits of Control

The Limits of Control

Jim Jarmusch's anonymous antihero hitman (French-Ivorian actor Isaach De Bankolé), identified in the credits of The Limits of Control as the Lone Man, exists only in terms of his unspecified mission. He's introduced in an overhead shot doing tai chi…
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Film, Wandering Spain with the lone wolf of Jim Jarmusch's <i>Limits of Control</i>

Wandering Spain with the lone wolf of Jim Jarmusch's Limits of Control

Jim Jarmusch's anonymous antihero hitman (French-Ivorian actor Isaach De Bankolé), identified in the credits of The Limits of Control as the Lone Man, exists only in terms of his unspecified mission. The Lone Man is introduced in an overhead shot…
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