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France: Le Vide, by David Bax

In Bruno Dumont’s France, France (both the title character and the country in which the film is primarily set) is always gorgeously well-appointed. France (Léa Seydoux) traverses modernist homes, luxurious resorts and state-of-the-art television studios. Similarly, she is always done...

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TIFF 2018: Kursk, by David Bax

I always find it difficult to write about a submarine movie without writing about submarine movies as a genre. My fascination with the format probably comes from the fact that, while the tropes are clearly defined, there aren’t enough such...