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The fight adapted to COVID-19 restrictions by embracing the experimental and avant-garde.
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Emma Seligman’s debut crawls up the spine with plenty of darkly comic anxiety.
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Marlon Brando’s sole directorial credit is a messy but fascinating combination of Western and Freudian drama.
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Wong Kar-wai’s arguable masterpiece is a sumptuous, meditative ode to unconsummated passion.
The underrated teen comedy-drama about a lonely, lovelorn nerd turns 35 this year.
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