Tag: 2018

BlackkKlansman and the Sale of Hate

  I’ve said it before, and I’m apparently saying it again, but we’re having an absolutely stunning summer filled with fascinatingly searing satiric films. The impetus for these films can sometimes be a little nebulous, since the actual process of making films is much more involved and time-consuming […]

Blindspotting and Identity

    A couple of weeks ago I discussed a wonderful new film called Sorry to Bother You. In that article I discussed how impressively terrible the world is at the moment, and how art is starting to reflect the frustrations and anger involved in all of those issues. I […]