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It's a really surreal experience to see my life reflected so much in a piece of media - to the point that I find myself crying and needing to stop. Andrew Ahn's Spa Night (2016) is subtle and slow with its storytelling but has moments of extremely potent emotion stitched into it that gut-punches you every time.
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The story of Moses, as stated by Buzzfeed, is "part of a compilation of short stories that make up the best-selling book on planet Earth"Â?. You can easily find the bible wherever you find other books. Religion aside, The Prince of Egypt, to me, is not even necessarily a testament to the story of Moses so much as it is a testament to what phenomenal animated filmmaking can be. The machine of people that churned out this film literally had everything working for them - from story to cinematography, from animation to score, from star-studded voice actors to research.
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At the end of the day, what this films serves is a humanizing look into the life of this woman, who is not only trans but also in grief. There were plenty of opportunities for Lelio to indulge in the politics of displaying her trans identity, genitals and all, but he doesn't. Because this film isn't about that, and it's refreshing for a film to not only star an actual trans actor but to also focus on the livelihood of its trans characters. The final scene is a gorgeous and revitalizing performance by Marina, who, through singing, is able to move forward.
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While much of Korea's historical televisual and cinematic media rely on stories from more than 600 years ago, 1987: When the Day Comes is part of a new wave of media focusing on events of the last 100 years. Right now, Korean TV and music has remained a place of light-hearted retromania for the 80s and 90s, but cinema is experiencing a prominence of expose-style films that speak to the deeply wrought political events of the past that have shaped South Korean society today.
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Can you believe that all of this came from a Marvel movie? This film is in the same line of films that includes the racist fail that was Doctor Strange! When you put together a group of mega talented and promising people of color, specifically black people in the case of Black Panther, what you get are astounding, record-shattering results!
Read full review: jane-han.com/blog/2018/2/21/film-review-black-panther-2018