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Culture, The Exhibitionist Chatting with Andrew Haigh

Chatting with Andrew Haigh

Andrew Haigh’s 2011 feature film Weekend announced the arrival of a filmmaker who could convey the lives of gay men with a sense of nuance in the ordinary that bled into the sublime. Haigh followed that film up with…
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Film, Last Resort

Last Resort

Granted, this may seem like a jarringly odd comparison, but like the recent dud Phat Girlz, Heading South deals with the hot-button issue of middle-aged women discovering their sexuality anew thanks to the efforts of muscular black men with exotic…
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Film, Ozon Layered

Ozon Layered

French director François Ozon doesn't like to repeat himself. His last film, 8 Women, was a theatrical, rather campy piece of fluff starring la crème de la crème of contemporary Gallic actresses. Before that came Under the Sand, an unsettling…
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Film, The Unforgotten

The Unforgotten

In the movies, dead husbands and dearly departed boyfriends have an irksome habit of revisiting the women who once loved them -- usually at inconvenient moments. Consider Demi Moore in Ghost. Poor thing had to put up with the dramatically…
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Film, Reel World

Reel World

The Plow That Broke the Plains Some years ago, Gunnar Madsen -- Berkeley composer, record producer, and co-founder of the a cappella group the Bobs -- shot a series of training videos for his father's garbage company. Madsen had no…
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