Articles by David Hudson
A “farce that sustains both its tone and laugh quotient for over three hours.”
Plus interviews with Jem Cohen, Jill Soloway and Michael M. Bilandic.
“A tragic vision of a spartan desert paradise facing extinction.”
“Nervy enough to consider itself Viscontian, and skilled enough to pull it off.” Updated through 10/1.
Also: What Richard Linklater and David Fincher will be up to next.
“A bristling epic, brilliantly told as a near epistolary saga.”
A film of “dazzling complexity and mercurial surprises.”
“We see elements of Chabrol, Hitchcock, Lang, Preminger, and Resnais.” Updated through 10/1.
“One of the sharpest, savviest, and most humane comic sensibilities in contemporary cinema.”
And the New Yorker dips into its archive and dusts off six profiles of actresses.
“Dynamic and unnervingly unpredictable.” Updated through 10/1.
“Sober, highly subjective, unashamedly hagiographic.” Updated through 10/1.