Memories, Film, and Finding Comfort in the Unexplained

“The difference between film and memory is that films are always false. They are composed of a series of scenes. But memories mix truth and lies. They appear and vanish before our eyes.”

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“Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” Bi Gan, 2018
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“After the Storm,” Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2016
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“Right Now, Wrong Then,” Hong Sang-soo, 2015
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“Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” Bi Gan, 2018
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“A Land Imagined,” Siew Hua Yeo, 2018
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“Still Walking,” Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2008

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Opinions about movies, television, and whatever else might come to my mind.

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