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Manohla Darkness
movie critic for The New York Times
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Smithsonian Magazine 4h
Some were hit by ships, but others died of malnourishment—a sign that the whales’ Arctic food sources may have been disrupted.
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Kyle Buchanan 18h
Now that the awards have been given out, the jury and the winners come backstage for press conferences. Here's a new thread for that....
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Justin Chang 18h
Replying to @JustinCChang
While this is (ridiculously) the first time the Palme has gone to a Korean film, it is the second year in a row that it has gone to a movie about an impoverished Asian family trying out extreme survival tactics.
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Manohla Darkness 18h
Bong!
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Manohla Darkness 19h
Where’s Pedro?!
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Manohla Darkness May 24
“All I wanna do is go the distance”
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Manohla Darkness May 24
The guy delivering the epic takedown is the left-wing journalist & activist Owen Jones (“Brexit is just one morbid symptom of a diseased, disintegrating social order.”)
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Manohla Darkness May 24
no ifs, ands or butts
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United Farm Workers May 24
Carlos aka "Charlie" shows us how he harvests turnips. He's paid piece rate & earns $1.50 every 2 buckets. Charlie is the fastest in his crew averaging 24-26 buckets per hr. Many workers just earn minimum wage as it's easy to cut your fingers if you rush w/ this job
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Glenn Kenny May 24
This week in great female filmmakers: Barbara Rubin.
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Manohla Darkness May 24
Un Certain Regard top prize goes to Karim Ainouz’s “The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao” (cool, I missed so can watch now)
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Manohla Darkness May 24
Un Certain Regard Jury Prize to “The Fire Will Come”
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Manohla Darkness May 24
Un Certain Regard best performance to Chiara Mastroianni for “On a Magical Night”
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Manohla Darkness May 24
He’ s 27!!!
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Manohla Darkness May 24
Un Certain Regard best director prize deservedly goes to “Beanpole” - a great, great movie
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Manohla Darkness May 24
Un Certain Regard prize for Albert Serra’s Sadean “Liberty” LOL! Pal next to me just asked are they just trolling critics?
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Manohla Darkness May 24
Un Certain Regard “heart” prize for “The Climb” and “A Brother’s Love”
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Manohla Darkness May 24
Un Certain Regard special jury prize to Bruno Dumont for his movie “Jeanne” (Joan of Arc story with fab dancing horses)
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Sheldrick Wildlife May 24
Putting a price tag on elephants to allow hunters to shoot them is not a solution to human wildlife conflict. It's a step backward for the country & its (our planet’s) wildlife:
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Manohla Darkness May 24
"At key junctures, “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo” feels like 'They Shoot Horses, Don’t They,' but for butts."
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