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Subtitles Can’t Capture the Full Class Critique in ‘Parasite’
Something about watching Parasite unfold before me—in a language I associate with my immediate family and available for mass consumption—filled me with terror.

At first, I couldn’t decide whether to watch the film’s dialogue or read it. But then I caught it: the peculiarity of translating Korean into English text.
korea  film  language  cinema  movies  class  attention  asianamerican  criticism 
20 hours ago by allaboutgeorge
‘Ordinary Love’ Review: In Sickness and In Health - WSJ
Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn’s film is a moving portrait of a relationship beset by a cancer diagnosis. via Pocket
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yesterday by shj333
‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ Review: Discovering the Contours of Love - WSJ
A young artist is hired to paint an elusive subject with unexpected results. via Pocket
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yesterday by shj333
‘Beanpole’ Review: Breaking News About Greatness - WSJ
Two women in Leningrad try to piece their lives back together in the aftermath of World War II. via Pocket
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yesterday by shj333
Race Movies and the Black-Owned Studios that Thrived Next to Hollywood
An entire industry apart, built and funded by black entrepreneurs who defied convention and acted as forefathers of American indie cinema at the turn of the century – almost wiped out. Almost. And the few films that have survived serve as proof.
race  racism  black  film  films  history  movie  movies  media  hollywood  business  industry 
yesterday by msszczep

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