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Little White Lies No. 95
Little White Lies No. 95
Little White Lies No. 95
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Little White Lies No. 95

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In this issue

Lead Review: Decision to Leave

Hannah Strong grapples with the nerve-rattling melodrama of Park Chan-wook’s stunning latest.

Shadows and Fog

Iana Murray talks to the enigmatic Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook about the precision required to make a film like Decision to Leave.

Animal Instinct

Actor Tang Wei on her extraordinary, multifaceted central performance in Park Chan-wook’s new film.

A Dark Turn

Korean leading man Park Hae-il on why he represents a new kind of character for Park Chan-wook

Park Chan-wook: A Space Odyssey

A dossier of five essays exploring the significance of rooms and interior spaces in the cinema of Park Chan-wook, by David Jenkins, Josh Slater-Williams, Saffron Maeve, Lillian Crawford, Leila Latif.

The Ballad of Scottie and Madeleine

Mark Asch and Sophie Monks Kaufman enter into a dialogue on the interpretive vortex that is Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.

Ten Green Bottles

Jake Cole celebrates another – and very different – Korean maestro, the maker of acerbic, tipsy relationship miniatures, Hong Sang-soo.

Threads #23: The Plaster

Christina Newland pulls off the cinematic plaster to see what’s left underneath.

 

In the back section

It’s Such a Beautiful Day at 10

Sophie Monks Kaufman engages in a lengthy (and poignant and hilarious) email exchange with the stop-frame animator Don Hertzfeldt on the occasion of the tenth birthday of his sole feature work, It’s Such a Beautiful Day.

Peter Strickland

Anton Bitel chats to the Brit cinema iconoclast about his new film Flux Gourmet, a neurotic splatter comedy set in the world of sonic catering.

Lena Dunham

Emma Fraser chats to the American polymath on the occasion of her hilarious and heartfelt new directorial work, Catherine Called Birdy.

Gina Prince-Bythewood

Rōgan Graham talks to the filmmaker whose new tilt towards epic action sagas has resulted in The Woman King.

Owen Kline

David Jenkins hears about squirrel music and shuttered NY comic stores from the loquacious director of Funny Pages.

Babak Anvari

Katherine McLaughlin meets the British-Iranian genre maestro to discuss his Hitchcockian lates, I Came By.

Kogonada

Ella Kemp talks to video essayist-turned-writer/director Kogonada about his gentle sci-fi parable, After Yang.

Meet the Author: Philippa Snow

We meet the acerbic journalist and essayist to discuss her debut book whose title speaks for itself: ‘Which as You Know Means Violence: On Self-Injury as Art and Entertainment’.

In review

Hong Sang-soo’s In Front of Your Face
David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future
Hanna Bergholm’s Hatching
Peter Strickland’s Flux Gourmet
George Miller’s 3000 Years of Longing
Alli Haapasalo’s Girls Girls Girls
Halina Rejin’s Bodies Bodies Bodies
Owen Kline’s Funny Pages
John Michael McDonagh’s The Forgiven
Babak Anvari’s I Came By
Aga Woszczynska’s Silent Land
Claire Denis’ Both Sides of the Blade
Joana Pimenta and Adirley Queirós’ Dry Ground Burning
Patricio Guzman’s The Cordillera of Dreams
Malachi Smyth’s The Score
Edwin’s Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash
Zhang Yimou’s One Second
Kogonada’s After Yang

Plus, Matt Turner selects six key home ents releases for your consideration.

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