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The Seen and Unseen (Sydney Film Festival)

The Seen and Unseen (Sydney Film Festival)

...has a hypnotic appeal as it loosens your grip from holding to a predictable way of processing and interpreting events.
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The Post

The Post

...essentially functions as rousing tribute to clear-eyed, ethical journalism - quite the jarring anomaly in a time when even the
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The Seen and Unseen (Sydney Film Festival)

The Seen and Unseen (Sydney Film Festival)

...has a hypnotic appeal as it loosens your grip from holding to a predictable way of processing and interpreting events.
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Foxtrot (Sydney Film Festival)

Foxtrot (Sydney Film Festival)

...a strong, well-crafted piece of storytelling...
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Upgrade (Sydney Film Festival)

Upgrade (Sydney Film Festival)

...the wild, anarchic creativity of DTV SF permeates Upgrade, only it's sheathed in the concerns of today, not mired in the cultural extrapolations of a few decades back.
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Gauguin

Gauguin

...a solid, poignant and engaging drama, though not a knockout.
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Brothers' Nest (Sydney Film Festival)

Brothers’ Nest (Sydney Film Festival)

...if you're open to its acidic charms, Brothers' Nest is one for the books.
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The Post

The Post

...essentially functions as rousing tribute to clear-eyed, ethical journalism - quite the jarring anomaly in a time when even the most irreproachable reporting is frequently and publicly dismissed as corrupt, biased, and broken.
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Thicker Than Water

Thicker Than Water

...a slightly less aggressive Animal Kingdom.
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Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo: A Star Wars Story

...the Old West with the serial numbers filed off and a light dusting of spaceships, droids, and Wookiees.
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Conan Exiles

Conan Exiles

Conan Exiles is certainly not what is best in life, but it’s an intriguing and fairly original take on the survival genre and worth a gander for armchair barbarians.
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Trench

Trench

...a slick looking piece of independent cinema that mines laughs out of its premise...
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