Judging from the trailer, it’s Jules Verne, Hitchcock, “Moby-Dick,” and Shakespearean rage all rolled into one weird hypnotic ball of delicious mano a mano strife.
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Netflix is freshening up for spring with an array of new and old films available to stream beginning May 1. In theme and content, these flicks run the gamut.
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Fusing the abject and the sublime with stunning sleights of hand, Denis crafts a unique vision of deep space in this deliciously disturbing must-see.
Director Bianca I. Rodriguez hopes the audience will come away with a deeply empathetic understanding of these characters and the Latinx experience at large.
However stunning the film’s cinematography, Vogler severely dilutes it with a mélange of incomprehensible monologues.
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