I don’t like the listing, it’s not a new position. I have never seen absolutely every movie I should see or want to see this year or any year, I can rarely watch a movie in the same year that I first saw it, and the cycles the media hastily forgot about the privilege. But worst of all, the necessary exclusions related to listings are often used to emphasize institutional shortcomings. Award cycles tend to sweep film critics and writers in a certain direction, and inertia causes us to praise the same prestigious, often American and British, films year after year. .
But I make lists anyway — because they can sometimes encourage readers to look for things they may not have heard, haven’t told about, or have chosen to ignore. All of the movies below are, in my estimation, well worth your time and attention, given the low number of offers as time and attention might be during the holiday season. Most were released in the US this year, either in theaters or on streaming.
For fairness, Shatara Michelle FordThe directorial debut is sharp and suspenseful, exploiting both the bureaucratic and spiritual horrors of how we do and don’t address sexual assault and racist undertones in the United States. United States, received a large amount praise and critique and the attention of independent awards. But I suspect that viewers in general are tempted to skim over such a heavy subject matter, especially when a movie, unlike last year’s promising young woman, such a small budget.
Don’t let the soothing melody and captivating rhythm of the painting turn you away. As Paul Schrader‘NS card counter, Mike Mills‘NS Come on, and Maggie Gyllenhaal‘NS The Lost Daughter, Prototype It’s the kind of complex yet intelligently rendered movie that will keep you thinking for days, weeks, and maybe even a lifetime after you’ve seen it. Main actor Brittany S. Hall gives a detailed and clever performance as Renesha, a woman sexually assaulted on a girl’s night out – and then led from clinic to clinic in search of a kit. raped by her compassionate but insensitive white boyfriend.
The Woman Who Ran
Only in one of three movies Hong Sang-soo Released in recent years, the impressive Korean filmmaker has imagined the momentary and hesitant sense of freedom of a woman who lives a few days without her husband by her side. Regular collaborator of Hong Kim Min-hee (Maid) plays Gam-hee, a somewhat mysterious but expressive young woman who is content with a dependent marriage. But with her other half on a business trip, she visits two friends at their homes around Seoul, and then unexpectedly runs into a third acquaintance.
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