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August 5, 2019

#KickingtheCanon by Sam Thomas-Redfern Film

Black God, White Devil | Glauber Rocha

August 5, 2019

In 1964, the Brazilian Armed Forces — with support from the United States government — took up measures to overthrow democratically elected leaders of Brazil, including President João Goulart and Miguel Arraes, governor of Pernambucan. This military dictatorship would go on to arrest, torture, and ‘disappear’ activists operating throughout the country. One such group, used by conservative forces as proof of an increasing communist influence, was the Ligas Camponesas…

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Before We Vanish by InRO Staff Feature Articles Film

Before We Vanish | July 2019

OK, so things don’t really vanish anymore: even the most limited film release will (most likely, eventually) find its way onto some streaming service or into some DVD bargain bin assuming that those still exist by the time this sentence finishes. In other words, while the title of In Review…

August 5, 2019
#StreamingScene by Daniel Gorman Film

Point Blank | Joe Lynch

Point Blank is an unnecessary, and altogether unremarkable, remake of a 2010 French film of the same title — which is itself fairly mediocre as well. Credit where it’s due: both films have a great hook. An injured criminal is placed under arrest in…

August 5, 2019
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