Month: October 2021
(NYFF review) Memoria: Rethinking the Purpose of Film with our Feeble Memories
Near the beginning of summer this year, I heard a loud explosion from outside my house. It sounds like both a bang and an explosion, but what intrigued me was that it doesn’t sound like anything I’ve ever heard before.
(NYFF Review) Red Rocket: A Portrait of a Flawed Empire
It’s been two days yet I still can’t stop thinking about Red Rocket. Fresh off its NYC premiere at the New York Film Festival, it feels very refreshing to watch the film on a big screen. The premise might be really simple: Mikey, a washed up porn star, returns from LA to his industrial hometown…