Norwegian filmmaker Eskil Vogt’s crafty, clever debut, ‘Blind’, suffers no lack in his distinct, restless vision.
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We’ve been talking a lot about the surprises and shuns among this year’s Oscar front-runners. Let’s talk about great films that had no chance of even being nominated.
At times hopeful, at times sad, and occasionally frustrating in all the right ways, ‘Oslo, August 31’ is a loving, gentle portrait of a lost cause finding himself.