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Undine: To Scale, by David Bax

Watching a Christian Petzold film feels a bit like regarding a drop of liquid that’s been trapped between the table and the bottom of an empty glass or wine bottle. It’s vanishingly fragile, formless but bound and, no matter how...


Transit: This Isn’t Your Life, by Scott Nye

A breathtaking film that feels at once strikingly original and a perfect example of postmodernism, Christian Petzold’s Transit – based on the 1942 novel by Anna Seghers – resists easy classification, preferring instead to absorb the film movements of both...


Never Look Away: One Color, by David Bax

In a promising opening scene before the agonizingly long decline that is the rest of Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s Never Look Away, a child and his aunt in 1930s Nazi Germany attend an exhibit of modern art. But the tour guide,...

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