Category: Theatrical Review


Diane: Works of Mercy, by David Bax

When you think of winter light, the things that come to mind—after the Bergman film, that is—probably involve overcast days or sunbeams bouncing off of snowbanks. But, really, we who are fortunate enough spend most of the winter indoors. Those...


Sunset: Millinery Surplus, by David Bax

If, at any point in the years since 2015’s Son of Saul, you’ve found yourself thinking, “I wonder if László Nemes still likes close-ups,” then I can confirm, having seen his newest film, Sunset, that he does. He also maintains an...