While the US is seemingly tearing itself apart through narrow-minded interpretation and megalomaniacal levels of self interest, it’s invigorating to see a movie that explores the way in which we communicate with each other. Through a step-by-step deconstruction of language, context, and meaning, Arrival reminds us that we’re all just one small piece in a very large puzzle that’s still being put together. Read more…
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When will I be home? I don't know. In the mountains, in the rainy night, the Autumn lake is flooded. Someday we will be back together again. We will sit in the candlelight by the West window and I will tell you how I remembered you tonight on the stormy mountain.
“When Will I Be Home?” by Li Shang Ying (quoted in The Dog Stars by Peter Heller)
Part subdued Scissor Sisters, part cooled-down LCD Soundsystem...the twist is fresh enough to keep you invested.
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