TIFF 2017 Unicorn Store review
If one were to plot out the ranking of Woody Allen’s films from best to worst, the frothy, but hardly vital Magic in the Moonlight would show up somewhere just barely on the positive side of the dead centre.
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Thanks to the natural charm and grace of leading lady Greta Gerwig, Lola Versus fares better than a lot of similarly unrelatable NYC hipster fare.
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Miranda July has a fascination for strangers, and how the comforts of the ordinary life perhaps become so comfortable that our reaction is to break out in rather unconventional and perhaps inadvisable ways. These themes that she explored in her first film, You and Me and Everyone We Know – the desire to find yourself through other people, and make some sort of connection – are taken to even deeper and richer heights in her new film The Future.