Articles by Kevin B. Lee
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Even the staunchest ‘anti-war’ movies glorify killing fields. In MARWENCOL and LA FRANCE, we find a few key exceptions to the rule.
In a televisual landscape of fast-paced overstimulation, Kurosawa breaks the rhythms familiar to viewers to usher in a truly cinematic experience.
Iconoclasts Rick Alverson and Nathan Silver in conversation at the Chicago International.
On identity expanded in JANE B. PAR AGNES V.
Double vision: Comparing a Scandinavian hit movie and its Hollywood remake.
Spheeris’ seminal docs tour three distinct L.A. music scenes over three decades.
A Lynchian look at THE EXILES’ raw and gripping feverish yearnings.
On one of the supremely heartbreaking moments in American cinema, big or small.
One location that’s spawned two movies sparks a dialogue on the state and meaning of ‘the art museum.’