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Wednesday
Jan 30 2019

Sundance: Choose Your Own Interpretation of "Luce"

Abe Fried Tanzer reporting from Sundance

People walk through this world with different levels of privilege.It's a concept that's become more widely understood of late,and certainly featured prominently in numerous films in recent years.In fact,24 year-old actorKelvin Harrison Jr.has starred in a handful that have played at Sundance,including bothMonsterandMonsters and Menjust last year.This year,he stars opposite Naomi Watts in two films.One isThe Wolf Hour,a dreary tale of agoraphobia in 1970s New York City that mildly touches on race and class.The other,which tackles the notion of privilege and prejudice,isLuce.

Harrison Jr.stars as the title character,who was adopted from Eritrea at age 7 by Amy (Watts) and Peter (Tim Roth),and,with the help of considerable therapy to overcome his violent childhood,has excelled incredibly and become the class valedictorian...

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Friday
Jun 09 2017

Review: "It Comes at Night"

byChris Feil

After last year'sKrisha,Trey Edward Shults returns to the horror of family dynamics with post-apocalyptic nightmareIt Comes At Night.This time he's equipped with higher production value and more familiar faces than that astute micro-budgeted debut,thoughNightis just as personal.His resulting sophomore feature is part Greek tragedy,part vague social polemic,and one of the most terrifying films in several years.

Set in a remote,wooded mini-mansion,a family has made their home a fortress from some unspecified apocalypse.The elderly father of Sarah (Carmen Ejogo) has fallen "sick",leaving her husband Paul (Joel Edgerton) and son Travis (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) to dispatch of him for their own safety.The desperate invasion of another family (led by Christopher Abbott and Riley Keough) tests both the reclusive family's empathy and rigorously protected lifestyle.Meanwhile,Travis is having increasingly vivid visions of the encroaching malignant threat that test his (and our) sense of reality.

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