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Although a taut thriller like Night Moves is a change of pace for normally minimalist director Kelly Reichardt, it's even more thrilling thanks to her knack for slow burning character work.
We talk to Night Moves director Kelly Reichardt about the genre aspects of her films, the temperament and contradictions of her characters, and why her films always feel rooted in specific moments.
Night Moves Special Presentation Director: Kelly Reichardt Each film Reichhardt makes is stark but mysterious, amplifying nuanced emotions by keeping their heads to the ground of the human experience. Night Moves (which has nothing to do with Bob Seger no matter how much you hum the song to yourself) is Reichardt taking another half-inch towards […]
A hero of the indie circuit with a legitimate knack for homing in on the current American spirit, filmmaker Kelly Reichardt has become recognized by many as tragically overlooked by many, many others. Well look over no longer, Toronto, as this week the TIFF Bell Lightbox begins a retrospective on the filmmaker, screening her catalog of films from the past two decades, including Wendy and Lucy, Rivers of Grass and her latest, Meek's Cutoff.