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Go see Her, that movie about a guy who falls in love with his operating system

“I had wonderful love but I did not give back wonderful love. I was unable to reply to their love. Because I was obsessed with some fictional sense of separation, I couldn’t touch the thing that was offered to me, and it was offered me everywhere.” — Leonard Cohen, Stina Motör Leonard Cohen. 1996. Her […]

American Hustle: Scorsese DNA, “classy” sex, and “responsible” storytelling

American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street are the No Country for Old Men and There Will Be Blood of 2013. Where Country and Blood both pushed the boundaries of employing a cinematic Western backdrop to tell tales of American existential decay and moral strain under the influence of oil and money fueled greed […]