‘A Hero’ makes a statement about the choices that poverty and powerlessness force on us. Farhadi poses to us an uncomfortable question: in a world where not all have the luxury of pure motives, is it the act or the intention that counts?
Questions have circulated in some circles about why the film, which chronicles the rise of one of the most remarkable pairs of female athletes ever seen, is centered around a man. It is evident within the first two minutes why Richard Williams is a worthy subject in his own right.
At its heart, ‘The Radio Operator’ is about identity.
A24’s latest black-and-white flick offers a poignant, hopeful lens into what it means to care for a child.
It’s the first (and, so far, only) documentary made about seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher that has his family’s seal of approval, and it charts his journey from a young boy racing in go-karts to his five consecutive titles with the iconic team Ferrari.
The scent of apple cider wafts through the halls, and the Charles River sparkles mesmerizingly under the warm gaze of the sun, signaling the arrival of my favorite season. As I stroll down Memorial Drive, I can’t help but think of another individual who, more than a millennium ago, was similarly struck by the beauty of autumn.
The song selection skillfully balanced jazz funk with more classical forms of jazz, and the experience of attending a concert in person after so many months of virtual compromises contributed to the positive mood.
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