Artists' Television Access

Monthly Staff meeting and screening

7PM: Staff Meeting


L’Humanite by Bruno Dumont

As a mannerist portrait of a few individuals, it’s often amazing; as a
spiritual statement about suffering in the contemporary world, it
almost lives up to its title; for its blunt depictions of sex, it’s
about as carnal in an unvarnished way as filmmaking can get; and as a
visual rendering of an area of northern France, it’s pretty
impressive. But as a police procedural, it’s unsatisfying, far from
being worked out in all its details, Jonathan Rosenbaum


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