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Carlos Reygadas

“Declaring a philosophical, religious, or social truth will turn it into dogma and therefore will prevent it from being experienced as real; it will always be normative. On the contrary, what feels real is poetic, ineffable, open-ended. Truth, by definition, is intangible.”

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    BEGINNING

    Dea Kulumbegashvili Georgia, 2020

    One of the most striking debuts in recent memory, Dea Kulumbegashvili’s feature marks the revelation of an exciting new voice in cinema. Shot in luminous 35mm long takes that boldly evoke isolation and longing, it tells a profound story of a woman’s resilience facing communal hostility and violence.

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    JAPAN

    Carlos Reygadas Mexico, 2002

    In his most remarkable feature debut, controversial auteur Carlos Reygadas (Post Tenebras Lux, Our Time) dazzled the Cannes Film Festival with Japon: a film—shot in 16mm CinemaScope—that travels with its viewer on a poetic, psychogeographical journey through Mexico’s landscapes.

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