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‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ - Lost in a Dream City

Manohla Dargis The New York Times
In “The Last Black Man in San Francisco,” the desire for home is at once existential and literal, a matter of self and safety, being and belonging. This is, of course, part of the story of being black in the United States.


The Blood Is Everywhere in Pablo Larraín’s Mesmerizing El Conde

Bilge Ebiri Vulture
In Pablo Larrain's new film the villain is not a fictional one. He is General Augusto Pinochet, the brutal, U.S.-backed military dictator who ruled Chile from 1973 to 1990 and died in 2006 still with the blood of thousands on his hands.


Why Barbie Must Be Punished

Leslie Jamison The NewYorker
"She was flawless, something had to be wrong. I wanted to heal her, but I also needed her sick. I wanted to become Barbie, and I wanted to destroy her. I wanted her perfection, but I also wanted to punish her for being more perfect than I’d ever be."
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