Crimson staff writer
Katia O. Soares dos Santos
Human relationships are complicated and messy. Charli XCX's “New Shapes” tells the listener not to fixate on the problems.
“The Power of the Dog” thrives in its subtleties: the silence between words, a lingering stare, and subtle gestures.
Though she boasts a diverse filmography, it is clear that Coppola’s upbringing defines her cinematic perspective, and her films explore shared themes: the mundane aspects of the celebrity, concurring feelings of isolation and invasiveness, and the relationship between father and daughter.