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Daily Archives: June 4, 2017

“A complex and ultimately moving essay on the privileges of victimhood and the nuances of what it means to suffer for love.” – Stephanie Zacharek, Village Voice   Love’s melody lost The Duke of Burgundy, which is a reference to the hamearis lucina butterfly found only in Europe, artfully details the love story of two lesbian sadomasochistic entomologists (scientist who… Read more »

04 June 2017 | Features, Reviews

There are few directors in film history as polarizing as Peter Greenaway. Initially trained as a painter, Greenaway has a terrific mind for visual framing and composition. This inspired stylistic mind and passion for details make his filmography like no other, with each frame a calculated painting, and sometimes several paintings in one. Not only does Greenaway use his mastery… Read more »

04 June 2017 | Features, Film Lists