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Kelly Reichardt’s latest film, ‘Certain Women,’ is unfortunately something of a disappointment. Thankfully, however, it is a beautiful one.
As quietly thrilling as it is frustrating, Kelly Reichardt’s ‘Night Moves’ is a deliberate inversion of our expectations for a paranoid eco-thriller.
After setting critics ablaze at Venice last year, the trailer for Kelly Reichardt’s ‘Night Moves’ promising an enticing, pulsating eco-thriller.
The race for the Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival heats up with the ecstatic response to Kelly Reichardt’s eco-terror thriller ‘Night Moves’.
‘Meek’s Cutoff’ will definitely get the audience talking, but the experience might be too slow to make the discussion worth having.