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Léa Seydoux brilliantly holds the center of Bruno Dumont’s unexpected, unsettling new film, which starts out as a satire of the contemporary news media before steadily spiraling out into something richer and darker. Never one to shy away from provoking his viewers, Dumont casts Seydoux as France de Meurs, a seemingly unflappable superstar TV journalist whose career, home life, and psychological stability are shaken after she carelessly drives into a young delivery man on a busy Paris street. This accident triggers a series of self-reckonings, as well as a strange romance that proves impossible to shake. A film that teases at redemption while refusing to grant absolution, France is tragicomic and deliciously ambivalent—a very 21st-century treatment of the difficulty of maintaining identity in a corrosive culture.
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Potheaded ne’er-do-well Amy just wants to hang out and get high, but when she discovers a vape pen that can reverse time, she must scramble to restore temporal order (and hopefully get some nookie in the process).
The fifth and most ambitious studio project of Tedeschi Trucks Band’s storied career, I AM THE MOON is an epic undertaking in four albums, four films, and 24 original songs.
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