Call Me By Your Name and empathy. There is no shortage of essays about this film, which opens locally on Friday.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story premieres tonight, and I think it’s going to be this year’s equivalent of The Young Pope (aka the show I get really excited about and then read lots of articles about and then never actually see and then forget about).
Everyone says that I’d like novelist Ann Quin, who died in 1973, but her books are pretty hard to come by around here.
The Florida Project, Moonlight, Good Time, and a new proletarian cinema.
The long-lost story of an Indian rescue during the Armenian genocide.
Appalachia’s poverty is a failed experiment in capitalism?